Three Potential Candidates Pull Petitions to Run for Saline City Council

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 06/17/2019 - 22:37

Three more potential candidates for Saline City Council have pulled nominating petitions.

Jeffrey Shier and Kevin Camero-Sulak pulled nominating petitions last week, according to City Clerk Terri Royal. Immediately following Monday's city council meeting, James Dell'Orco pulled a petition.

They join incumbent Jack Ceo, who confirmed last week he was seeking re-election to council, and Brian Cassise, who has also pulled a nominating petition.

Incumbents Linda TerHaar and Heidi McClelland have not yet announced their intentions.

The two-year terms of Ceo, TerHaar and McClelland expire at the end of 2019. The general election is Nov. 5.  Voters will elect three members to council.

Shier, a resident of Wildwood Trail, works in digital publishing development and engineering.

Camero-Sulak, a resident of Oakbrook Court, works as an appraiser.

Dell'Orco, a Henry Street resident, is a research scientist with Michigan Medicine.

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