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Voters settle utility runoff
Only three dozen votes separated winner from loser in Tuesday's runoff election for the Post-2 At-Large position for Brunswick-Glynn County Joint Water and Sewer Commission.

Sandy Dean, 54, received 559 votes, or 52 percent of the ballots, while opponent Clifford Adams received 519 votes, or 48 percent of votes cast.

Only 1,078 of approximately 46,000 registered voters cast a ballot in the runoff election.

Dean has lived in Glynn County for 16 years and is retired. She is a member of the Brunswick Audit Committee and is second vice president of the local Republican Party.

Dean will join local Realtor Ronnie Perry as elected citizen representatives and grand jury appointed representatives Don Elliot, Tony Sammons and George Dupuy on the utility board.

A city commissioner and a county commissioner will be reappointed to the utility board and sit at its first meeting on Jan. 3.



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