New mayor, chief elected in Central
CENTRAL- Voters elected a new mayor and police chief and began to fill their town council during an election Saturday.
"Jr." Shelton was elected mayor with 59% of the vote and James Salsbury was elected chief with 52% of the vote. About 7600 people cast a ballot.
"Shane" Evans, "Kim" Fralick, Wayne Messina, and John Vance were elected outright to the council. Jason Ellis and Ralph Washington will have a runoff for the fifth council seat.
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