No election needed for Clayton Council

Ben Mace
Smyrna/Clayton Sun-Times

Clayton will not be holding a town council election this year. 

Three candidates filed for three seats by the April 6 deadline, said town clerk Sue Muncey.

Incumbents Nickolaus Smith and William “Skip” Carrow each filed for another two-year term on council.

Incumbent Alexander Dias didn’t seek re-election. That two-year term will be filled by Christopher Valentine, the third resident who filed.

The election, which had been scheduled for April 27, has been canceled.

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