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Hamilton County, OH November 6, 2001 Election
Member Council; Village of Newtown Voter Information

4 Year Term.

a statutory village

Results as of Nov 21 12:55pm
Candidates (Vote for 4)
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Gary R. Collins 254 votes 15.91%

Tracy Hueber 249 votes 15.60%
Sharon A. Moore 242 votes 15.16%
Greg Thomas 236 votes 14.79%
Don Bates 224 votes 14.04%
  • Occupation: Full time Auctioneer, Appraiser, and Realtor since 1951
  • 1967 -- 1968 First President of the Greater Newtown Civic League
  • 1967 -- 1968 President - Chairman of 175th Celebration of Newtown
  • 1968 -1969 obtained a Grant to obtain Moundview Park; President Park Board 7 years. 1970 Park was deeded to Newtown
  • 1968 - 1976 Boy Scouts I & R, knothole ball etc. Resident of Village of Newtown since 1959
  • 1992 Parade Moderator for 200th Birthday Celebration for Newtown
  • 1998 - 1999 Steering Committee member for Zoning
  • Keep the Fire Dept. intact, with 24 hour staff
  • Maintain the identity of the Village of Newtown
  • Road construction concerns
Randy A. Haverland 223 votes 13.97%
  • Occupation: Field Service Tech.
  • Retired Asst. Chief Newtown Fire Department, after 21 Years
  • 9 Years with Village Board of Zoning
  • 8 Years On Village Council
  • Past Chairman of Planning, Zoning and Developement
  • Currently Chairman of Finance
  • 1974 Graduate of Oak Hills. 1.5 Years Cintcinnati Tech.
  • Future Developements
  • Fire Department issues
  • Community involvement
Debra McCarthy 168 votes 10.53%
  • Occupation: Housewife
  • Education: 12 yrs.
  • Caring for our community
  • Keeping our fire department in Newtown
  • I'll work hard to ensure Newtown continues to grow
  • I will work to ensure that Newtown remains fiscally sound

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