Llano residents pick new mayor; LISD voters give OK to $5.8 million bond

FROM STAFF REPORTS

LLANO — Llano voters picked a new mayor May 11 with Mickel Virdell edging out incumbent Mike Reagor, 395-221.

Virdell inflicted the most damage during early voting when he amassed a 280-133 lead. Reagor just couldn’t muster enough in Election Day returns to eclipse Virdell’s lead.

The city picked Bryan Miller and Todd Keller as full-term aldermen. The two collected the most votes among the five-person field. Miller brought in the most with 434 with Keller at 219.

In the unexpired alderman term, Allen Hopson beat out four other candidates for the spot.

The Llano Independent School Board voters approved a $5.8 million bond. The item passed 879-451.

On the LISD Board of Trustees, Lyn Jenkins beat out Trevor Dupuy and Paul Hull for the Place 6 seat, while Ronnie Rudd edged Letitia McCasland by two votes for Place 7, 638-636.

Cody Fry ran unopposed for the Place 2 spot.

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