Centennial Water Board early election results

Unofficial tally has McNulty and Essmeier in the lead

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According to unofficial results from the May 3 election, Tammy Essmeier and Frank McNulty are leading the pack to serve on the Centennial Water Board of Directors.

With five candidates running in the election, McNulty led the vote tally with 415 on the morning of May 4, and Essmeier has 334 votes.

Allen Dreher is a close third with 324 votes. Frank Johns finished with 306 votes and Neil Arney had 30.

Kari Larese, community relations manager for Centennial Water, said the results are not going to be official until the remainder of the ballots are counted.

Once a final tally is completed, Larese said the new members will be sworn in during the May 23 board meeting.

Centennial Water is the water and wastewater utility serving Highlands Ranch and Mirabelle. It has provided water and wastewater services to residential and commercial customers for four decades.

Centennial Water has a five-member board. Nominees on the ballot are established through a self-nomination process.

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