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Sturtevant Trustee Jayme Hoffman is running for a second term because, he said, he loves the village.
Only three candidates returned nomination papers; incumbents Hoffman and Gary Johnson, and former Trustee Daryl Lynaugh. Trustee Linda Busha has served on the board since 2005 and announced last month that she wouldn’t run for a sixth term.
“I’ve lived here my whole life,” he said. “So I want to continue serving on the board for the love and interest of Sturtevant.”
Hoffman serves on the Public Works and Community Events committees, and he chairs the Public Safety committee.
“I just want to be sure the village keeps going in the right direction,” he added.
The general election is April 1.