About 20 percent of the registered voters in the turned out Tuesday to mark their votes in the only uncontested race throughout the five Pointes.
Councilmen Donald Parthum and John Stempfle along with Mayor Dale Scrace will continue their service to the city, each receiving several hundred votes. The newcomer, Andrew Turnbull, also received voter support.
Turnbull will replace John Stevens, who opted not to seek re-election and was honoroed for his service during the last council meeting.
Turnbull is a lifelong Grosse Pointer whose platform for running was to help the City continue its development of the Village and maintain public safety services. Turnbull is a licensed insurance agent who specializes in group health and benefits.
He highlighted his education as he is a product of the Grosse Pointe Public School system. Turnbull is also a cancer survivor, a disease he credits with helping him reprioritize his life for the better.
Voters also gave support to Judge Russell Ethridge, who was unopposed in the election.
There are 4,583 registered voters in the City and 888 voted Tuesday.
The breakdown of votes are:Mayoral Candidate Votes Dale Scrace 725 Municipal Judge Candidate Russell Ethridge 738 Council Candidates Donald Parthum 612 John Stempfle 664 Andrew Turnbull 627
Council will meet with its newest member later this month.