Review: These are the hottest topics of the 27th calendar week 2021 on Videogameszone

Review: These are the hottest topics of the 27th calendar week 2021 on Videogameszone


Also in the week of 04.07. Until July 11th, 2021 many articles worth reading have been published, which we have put together for you. The selection is made automatically by the system based on the number of hits, so it is not influenced by the editorial team. You won't miss a hot topic:


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GOP chooses its Wellsville nominees for general election

Maia Amato was selected as the Columbiana County Republican Party’s nominee for the Wellsville council seat that formerly belonged to Randy Allmon. Allmon, who was council president, became the village’s interim mayor last week after officeholder Nancy Murray passed away. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)

WELLSVILLE — Village council will have a familiar face at the helm until the November general election; however, his vacated seat will remain unoccupied until his colleagues fill it.

Randy Allmon was sworn in last week as the new interim mayor, after the unexpected death of Nancy Murray last week. However, that also leaves his council seat empty for the time being.

On Friday, Central Committee members of the Columbiana County Republican Party’s Wellsville precinct met to fill some nominations, but the action is limited to who will appear on the November general election ballot on their behalf.

Party chairman David Johnson led the brief meeting, which included interviews, deliberations and public votes on the applicants for both the village mayor and council race nominations.

Allmon, a self-described Reagan Democrat, explained that he had switched parties as he identified more with the Republicans. He and fellow councilman Martin Keith Thorn, who was the village’s former police chief, were vying for the mayoral nod.

The meeting included Wellsville Precinct Committeemen of the county Republican Central Committee, who chose to have Allmon run as their Republican candidate for mayor on the November general election ballot, which resulted in him vacating his council candidacy.

Allmon had served three stints as a Wellsville councilman, from 1983 to 1987; 2007 to 2011; and 2014 to 2021, including most recently as council president. This meant when the mayor was unavailable to complete her duties that the responsibility fell to him.

With his appointment last week as interim mayor, his role as the Republican nominee to retain his council seat was vacated.

There was only one application for that nomination.

Johnson believes that 20-year-old Maia Amato may be the county party’s youngest nominee for an elected office. She describes herself as “hardworking” and “dedicated” and currently works as a secretary at Amato law office and as a paraprofessional for Garfield Elementary School. Amato has an associate degree from Kent State University and currently is pursuing her bachelor’s degree in business administration also at KSU.

Although she has the party nomination, Amato will not occupy the seat at this time.

Wellsville council is expected to meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday in council chambers for their regular meeting and announce a plan to accept resumes to serve in Allmon’s seat through the November general election. More information will be forthcoming on that in the future.

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