Flood mitigation proposition passes in Brentwood

Brentwood voters on Tuesday approved the city’s Proposition B, a half-cent sales tax to go toward a flood mitigation plan along Manchester Road. More than 75 percent of voters approved the proposition.

Ward 1 Alderman David Dimmitt, running unopposed, was elected mayor, and all four of the city’s incumbent aldermen were re-elected, also unopposed.

Melissa Nerht and Kerry Trostel defeated Lois Truman, running for a third time, in the election for the two open seats on the school board.

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