Six of seven seats on New Albany City Council, three of five on the New Albany-Plain Local school board and one on the Plain Township board of trustees are up for election on the Nov. 7 ballot, but no one other than the incumbents filed petitions to run for the offices.
The filing deadline with the Franklin County Board of Elections was Aug. 9. Candidates should be certified Aug. 21, according to board of elections spokesman Aaron Sellers.
According to unofficial filings from the board of elections, the lists are as follows:
(six candidates, six seats)
• Marlene Brisk, 53, 8026 Loomis Drive (appointed Aug. 16, 2016; running to retain term that ends Dec. 31, 2019)
• Colleen H. Briscoe, 65, 7582 S. Goodrich Square (incumbent)
• Michael Durik, 68, 12 Keswick Commons (appointed Feb. 7; running to retain term that ends Dec. 31, 2019)
• Chip Fellows, 55, 7065 Maynard Place (incumbent)
• Glyde A. Marsh, 98, 3449 N. Reynoldsburg-New Albany Road (incumbent)
• Matt Shull, 53, 4100 Audley Road (incumbent)
(three candidates, three seats)
• Mike Busch, 44, 7696 Somerly Court (appointed March 7)
• Debra Kalinosky, 49, 12 Wivelscombe (incumbent)
• John W. McClelland, 42, 7626 Alpath Road (incumbent)
Plain Township trustee
• Tom Rybski, 62, 5920 Babbitt Road (incumbent)