Poppe Re-Elected Osseo Mayor
Osseo voters re-elected Duane Poppe to another two-year term as Osseo mayor. The Minnesota Secretary of States office reports that Poppe received 707 votes, Mark Regan received 385 votes, and Kathleen Gette received 315.
In Osseo, the mayor serves a two-year term and city council members serve staggered four-year terms.
Poppe was first elected in 2012. He says his No. 1 goal is the continued financial health of the city. Poppe mentioned in a statement to CCX News that is proud of the AA bond rating for the city that came about through strong financial management and smart development. He works in commercial real estate.
Alicia Vickerman Elected and Harold Johnson Re-elected to the Osseo City Council
Voters in Osseo elected Alicia Vickerman to the city council. Vickerman received 788 votes.
Alicia Vickerman has lived in Osseo with her family since 2009 and likes the small town feel. Her professional background is in finance and wants to contribute to the community through serving on the city council. Vickerman told CCX News that she would like to encourage businesses, support public safety efforts and increase inclusivity in the city.
Meanwhile, Harold Johnson won his re-election bid, receiving 710 votes. Johnson was first elected to the city council in 2014 to fill the remainder of a two-year term. Johnson is proud of Osseo’s public safety assets and says it’s the reason why Osseo homes sell quickly.
Kenny Nelson received 472 votes.
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