With all the votes counted in Kodiak’s Oct. 6 municipal election, the results are now official.
Nothing changed from the initial results, which lacked absentee ballots that were released the morning after the election.
In the seven-person borough assembly race for three seats, incumbent Julie Kavanaugh led the way with 1,114 votes, followed by Geoff Smith with 1,092 votes and Aimee Williams with 1,084 votes.
Smith is the director of special services for the Kodiak Island Borough School District, and Williams is the executive director of Discover Kodiak. Kavanaugh is the manager of her family’s commercial fishing business. This will be her second term on the assembly.
Incumbent Rebecca Skinner, who had been the assembly since 2014, was a distant fourth with 728 votes. Following her was Joe Delgado with 473, Sandra Katelnikoff-Lester with 352 and Alex Hartman with 211. Thirteen people voted for a write-in candidate.
Proposition 1, which would have allowed the borough to take money from the principal of the Facilities Fund to pay bond debt, failed to get the two-thirds majority it needed to pass; 989 voters said yes and 767 said no, enough to kill the measure.
Elsewhere on the ballot, Katie Oliver and Duncan Fields both retained their seats on the Kodiak Island Borough School Board after running uncontested.