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Becotte loses seat in Harrison Village

Defeated Harrison Hot Springs Mayor Ken Becotte was surrounded by supporters at Muddy Waters Cafe following Saturdy night
Defeated Harrison Hot Springs Mayor Ken Becotte was surrounded by supporters at Muddy Waters Cafe following Saturdy night's election. Harrison's new mayor will be former mayor Leo Facio, and council will include three new faces (Zoltan Kiss, Sonja Reyerse-Peters and Richard Shelley.) The only council member to maintain a seat was Allan Jackson. Official results to be confirmed Monday.
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