Sitka, Alaska (KINY) - The unofficial results for the Sitka city election are in, one candidate for the city Assembly has a lead while the other two candidates have a 52-vote margin for the second seat.
Two seats are open on the Sitka Assembly, the elected will serve a three-year term, David Miller received 680 votes.
The next highest vote-getter is Kevin Mosher with 478 votes, followed by Rachel Moreno with 446 votes.
Proposition 1, The ordinance that calls for the city to authorize the sale of properties to the Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium for the purchase price of $8,250,000, received 574 votes to approve and 300 votes against.
The two candidates running for the two open seats on the school board, Amy Morrison and Todd Gebler, received 710 and 636 votes respectively
According to the city, 807 absentee ballots were issued. Those ballots will be counted noon Friday at Harrigan Centennial Hall.
The Sitka assembly will be certifying the election on October 12th.