, 2014


Seven write-in votes win
Moss a town council seat

by Renss Greene

WHITE STONE—Kelli Moss had the highest number of write-in votes in last week’s town election, making her eligible for a White Stone Town Council seat. She said she will “absolutely” accept the position.

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Kelli Moss

There were three council terms expiring but only two candidates on the ballot. Moss collected seven of the 16 write-in votes cast.

“I had several people ask if I were interested in running for town council, and because there were some issues that were coming on the table hopefully this year, I decided it was in my best interest as well as my business’s best interest to run and serve for my community,” Moss said. She said the possibility of public septic coming to White Stone spurred her decision.

Moss is owner of the Sandpiper Restaurant, which her mother opened in 1982. She was president of the White Stone Business Association in 2011 and 2012, and is on the board of the Lancaster by the Bay Chamber of Commerce.

“I was raised in White Stone, and this business has been here for 32 years, so I have a loyalty to the town of White Stone,” Moss said.


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