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FOX CHASE -- Seven names will be on the ballot.
But only the top six votegetters will serve on the Fox Chase City Council in January.
And two of the contestants are husband and wife.
Currently officeholders Jim Hall, William Winbun, Ted Judd, Phillip Woodruff and Owen Taylor are seeking another two-year term.
Also on the ballot will be Lottie Judd and Wayne Muscar.
Hall is the veteran of the city council members, having served the past 16 years.
His main goal is to make the city a better place to live.
Judd has served on the Fox Chase City Council for the past 10 years.
He likes the way the city is and he will let the voters decide whether he should return for another term.
In deciding to run for re-election, Judd said he wanted to keep track of what is happening in the city and being on council would allow him some say in the decisions made.
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Lottie Judd loves the city and wants to work with other councilmembers to make Fox Chase the best community in Bullitt County.
Her goals include maintaining a safe and drug-free community and being accountable for every dollar spent through newsletters and financial reports for the residents.
“I have fresh ideas and a positive work ethic to bring to this community council,” said Lottie Judd.
Muscar has worked in the education field and is now seeking to give back to the community in which he has lived for the past 26 years.
His goals are to continue the strong fiscal oversight of the city and to work to keep Fox Chase a safe, family neighborhood.
He would be interested in looking at committees that might be needed to deal with certain issues, such as road repairs and budgets.
“Throughout my career, I’ve worked with budgets, committees and making decisions that affect large groups,” said Muscar, who retired from the Bullitt County Public School System as assistant superintendent for finance and administration. “My experience in these areas would be an asset in serving on the Fox Chase City Council.”
For the past seven years, Winbun has served on the town board.
In seeking re-election, Winbun’s main goal is to help keep the city a good place to live.
Owen Taylor and Phillip Woodruff are also running for a chance to return to the city council. Neither returned political candidate surveys.