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Written by Bradley Schlegel Staff Writer
February 22, 2017

        The Primary Election ballot for five seats on East Greenville Borough Council will likely be crowded.

        Incumbents Tracey Hunsinger, Ryan Pugh, Joe Arahill and Jennifer Moran are running for reelection. Mayor Ryan Sloyer is also seeking another term.

        At least four other challengers have emerged for five open seats on council, which includes the one vacated by the resignation Lee Steinert earlier this year.

        East Greenville residents James Raftery, Lon Brinckman II, Angie Fegely and Eric Grubb confirmed that they are collecting the required signatures to get on the ballot. Keith Gerhart is preparing to challenge Sloyer in the Republican primary for mayor....



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