Challengers make clean sweep of council

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Nelson routs Boyd in mayor’s race; Lindsey, Wood oust incumbents

Terry Butler congratulates Ouray mayoral candidate Greg Nelson after receiving news of the initial results of the election on Tuesday night. Nelson won the race and will be the new mayor of Ouray after receiving more than 75 percent of the votes in the election. Plaindealer photo by Erin McIntyre
  Ouray residents made it clear: They’re ready for something different when it comes to the City Council. Voters on Tuesday picked retired engineer and relative newcomer Greg Nelson for mayor over longtime resident and current Mayor Pro Tem Glenn Boyd. They also pushed out council incumbents Dawn Glanc and Bette Maurer in favor of business owners John Wood and Peggy Lindsey, two first-time public…

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