residents voted to Daniel Clark, Robert Denner and Greg Theokas.
The residents also in office. He ran uncontested in the race and received 1,731 votes, according to the unofficial numbers released late Tuesday.
Meanwhile, newcomer John Teodecki earned the fewest votes but not by many. He received 1,231 votes and the next vote-getter, Robert Denner, received 1,294--a difference of only 63. Teodecki's campaign focused heavily on making change within the Park to improve the city's position without compromising services and amenities.
The others ran on the platform of their performance while already on the city council, emphasizing certain projects they believe to have been an asset to the Park. Resident also received campaign literature from Heenan endorsing the three incumbents.
The breakdown of votes:Candidate Votes Daniel Clarke 1,306 Robert Denner 1,294 John Teodecki 1,231 Greg Theokas 1461
Voter turnout was lower in the Park than some of the other Grosse Pointe races at 23.69 percent. Several residents campaigning outside of Defer Elementary School minutes before the polls closed noted what a seemingly slow day it had been.