Alpine city, school elections set for May 6
February 23rd, 2017 under Top Stories
ALPINE – The Alpine City Council and Alpine ISD school board elections on May 6 have been set with two of three city council seats contested and one of the two school board seats going into a race.
In the city election, Ward 1 incumbent Nancy Antrim is in a three-way race against former city councilmember Angie Bermudez and Alpine Montessori school board secretary Maria Curry. Bermudez was term limited and sat out the last election cycle but now is eligible to seek city office again.
Ward 5 council member Rick Stephens is also seeking re-election with opponent Sara Hernandez challenging him for his seat.
Ward 3 council member James “Fitz” Fitzgerald has filed for re-election in an uncontested race.
The Single Member District 6 seat on the Alpine school board is the only contested race, with incumbent Kenda Belardo facing off against opponent Dr. Adrian Billings.
Conrad Arriola Jr., Single Member District 2 board member and school board vice president, has also filed to run for re-election and is unopposed.
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