Osseo chooses Poppe as new mayor

The unofficial results are in for the Osseo City Council election.

Duane Poppe (current councilor) defeated current Mayor Al Lindquist. Poppe received 770 votes (57.38 percent) and Lindquist received 567 votes (42.25 percent).

There were two council seats up for grabs. Current councilor Mark Schulz will keep his seat. He received 676 votes (31.07 percent). Joining the City Council will be Bonnie Heinen, who received 507 votes (23.30 percent).

Other candidates on the ballot and their totals include: Daniel Spanier received 492 votes (22.61 percent), John Goth with 285 votes (13.10 percent) and Claudia Gisvold received 207 votes (9.51 percent).