One council seat up for grabs in Millsboro

By Glenn Rolfe
Posted 5/19/22

MILLSBORO — A municipal election is coming up, as two candidates have filed for Town Council’s District 1 seat.

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One council seat up for grabs in Millsboro

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MILLSBORO — A municipal election is coming up, as two candidates have filed for Town Council’s District 1 seat.

Current Councilman Tim Hodges, who also serves as acting mayor, and Kimberley Kaan are vying for the position on the seven-member council June 11.

Incumbent John Thoroughgood is unopposed in his reelection bid in District 2.

Council terms are three years, and the filing deadline was Wednesday.

Voting is from 1-7 p.m. Eligible voters must be town residents 18 or older and registered with the Sussex County Department of Elections.

Last year, Ms. Kaan ran for the other District 1 seat but fell short against incumbent Bradley Cordrey by a 23-16 tally.

Councilman Hodges has been serving for more than a decade. As vice president/acting president, he assumed the mayoral reins after Michelle Truitt stepped down in late November 2021.

Councilman Thoroughgood has also served as mayor during his long tenure.