Former Gresham-Barlow superintendent elected to Wood Village council
John Miner has been elected to Wood Village City Council Position 4.
Miner ran unopposed.
According to early election returns released after 8 p.m on Tuesday Nov. 6, Miner received 422 votes, or 96 percent of the vote.
Miner will replace incumbent Mark Clark who did not file for re-election
Miner served on the Wood Village's Design Review Board in the 1970s, and served as the superintendent of the Gresham-Barlow School District before retiring in 2010. He has volunteered on Wood Village's Task Force and the city's Budget Committee
This story will updated will be updated as election results are announced.