James Hunter talks on being elected back as Crosby Mayor
By Paul Vold firstname.lastname@example.org (11/6/20)
(Crosby, MN) — After numerous legal battles over a handful of years, James Hunter of Crosby was re-elected to the Mayor of Crosby after Tuesday’s General Election.
Just over 35 percent (385 votes) of Crosby residents voted in favor of Hunter with Rick Ferrari coming as the runner-up with just over 29 percent (321 votes). Hunter says he is grateful for the trust of those who voted for him.
Given the previous history with Hunter and members of the Council, conversations were held ahead of him taking office.
Hunter has some goals early on that will have a quality impact on Crosby residents.
When asked about the Highway 210 Reconstruction Project going through Crosby…
Hunter also says greater days are ahead for the City of Crosby.
Hunter will serve a two year term as Mayor of Crosby.