LITTLE SILVER VOTERS ELECT GILMOUR, SCOTT
Voters coming and going at Little Silver Borough Hall Tuesday morning. (Photo by Rebecca Desfosse. Click to enlarge)
By JOHN T. WARD
With 87 percent of the votes counted, Republicans David Gilmour and Richard Scott held off a challenge by former council member Dan Levine in Tuesday’s borough council election.
Scott, who was recruited to fill the vacancy created in September by the death of Councilman Jonathan Bitman, and Gilmour handily won three-year terms.
Donald Galante ran uncontested for a one-year unexpired term.