Christina Grott and her daughter, Olivia, sit at the newly opened Stack’d & Brew’d restaurant in downtown Woodland, Calif., in January. Under new election rules, two prominent Woodland leaders, Mayor Jim Hilliard and Councilman Tom Stallard, must face off to represent the downtown district.
Christina Grott and her daughter, Olivia, sit at the newly opened Stack’d & Brew’d restaurant in downtown Woodland, Calif., in January. Under new election rules, two prominent Woodland leaders, Mayor Jim Hilliard and Councilman Tom Stallard, must face off to represent the downtown district. Paul Kitagaki Jr. Sacramento Bee file
Christina Grott and her daughter, Olivia, sit at the newly opened Stack’d & Brew’d restaurant in downtown Woodland, Calif., in January. Under new election rules, two prominent Woodland leaders, Mayor Jim Hilliard and Councilman Tom Stallard, must face off to represent the downtown district. Paul Kitagaki Jr. Sacramento Bee file

Woodland’s last two mayors face off as city moves to new election format

August 27, 2016 4:00 PM

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