Voters won’t have many choices in the Nov. 5 City of Saline city council election.
There are three candidates for three positions on city council. Incumbents Linda TerHaar and James Roth are joined by Terri Sibo-Koenig on the ballot. Sibo-Koenig filed Tuesday prior to the 4 p.m. deadline. Incumbent James Peters chose not to seek re-election.
Sal Randazzo pulled a nominating petition but it was not submitted to the city clerk.
This marks the second straight uncontested city council election. Dean Girbach, David Rhoads and Lee Bourgoin were elected last November in an election that did feature a contested mayoral race won by Brian Marl.
There are also two proposals before some Saline area voters.
Saline Township voters will be asked to renew the roads tax of one-mill for three years (2014-16).
Saline Area Schools district voters will be asked to renew the 18-mill levy on all properties (except principal residences and other exempted properties).