Dickman, Jenkins returning to Milan council

MILAN - Village voters re-elected Arthur Dickman and David Jenkins to council in Tuesday's general election. The unofficial Huron County results showed Dickman with 42 percent of the votes, Jenkins with a little more than 43 percent and Barkhimer nearly 15 percent.
Aaron Krause
Jul 25, 2010

MILAN — Village voters re-elected Arthur Dickman and David Jenkins to council in Tuesday’s general election.

The unofficial Huron County results showed Dickman with 42 percent of the votes, Jenkins with a little more than 43 percent and Barkhimer nearly 15 percent.

In Erie County, the unofficial results had Dickman with a little more than 43 percent, Jenkins with roughly 38 percent and Barkhimer with almost 18 percent.

“I think it shows we’ve been doing good work for the residents of the village of Milan,” Jenkins said.

Specifically, he pointed to a number of street projects and improvements to the municipal building’s parking lot.

“I think the residents recognized we’ve been doing a lot of good for them,” he said.

This will mark Jenkins’ second term in office. Prior to that, he was appointed to fill a vacant seat.

Jenkins said he will continue to eye the village’s fiscal situation.

“We’ve got to continue to work within our current funds,” he said.

This will mark Dickman’s sixth term as a Milan village council member.

“I’ve done what the people want,” he said, adding he will continue doing that.