Foley, Collingwood take round one
SUBJECTby nathan oster
Myles “Mylo” Foley and Clay Collingwood on Tuesday established themselves as the candidates to beat in the race for two expiring seats on the Greybull Town Council.
Foley, who owns the Historic Hotel Greybull, was the top vote-getter in the primary election, collecting 261 votes, while Collingwood, who also is part-owner of a business, Collingwood Construction, ran a strong second with 231 votes.
Finishing in third was Rod Collingwood, who works for TCT, with 188 votes, followed in fourth by Les Lowe, who works for Tim Kershner Construction and was credited with 85 votes.
The primary was simply round one in a two-round contest. Assuming no write-in candidates topped 85 votes, all four candidates will move on to the November general election. The top two vote-getters in that election will replace Kay Fleek and Jan Johnson, who chose not to seek re-election.