A ballot featuring four unchallenged incumbents was the only matter before Three Rivers voters Tuesday.
Mayor Tom Lowry, and commissioners Janell Hart, Pat Dane and Norm Stutesman all will return to serve two-year terms. Final vote totals were: Lowry, 199; Dane, 207; Stutesman, 223; Hart, 218.
The 61-year-old Lowry, owner of Lowry’s Books and More, has served as mayor 18 years.
Hart, 62, joined the board two years ago after serving on the city’s zoning board of appeals. A retired legal secretary, Hart serves as commissioner-at-large.
Dane, a 70-year-old lifelong Three Rivers resident, was selected in October 2016 from a field of seven candidates to complete an unexpired term representing the city’s 1st District.
Stutesman, 73, joined the board in January as 3rd District representative. He replaced Diane Clay. A 1962 graduate of Three Rivers High School, Stutesman is a notary public and heavily involved in the Three Rivers Lions Club.