Rosser, LaBrash win South Suburban election
Incumbent and newcomer take board seats
By Peter Jones
A popular incumbent and a longtime resident with family ties to South Suburban Parks and Recreation were both elected last week to serve two-year terms on the district’s Board of Directors.
Vice Chair Sue Rosser, a long-time civic activist, handily won re-election on May 8 receiving 1,390 votes in the three-way race for two board seats. Political newcomer Scott LaBrash will fill the second seat. The 30-year district resident and brother-in-law to former board member, Jerry Call, came in second with 809 votes.
District voters were permitted to choose up to two candidates to fill the available seats. A third candidate John Castellano received 642 votes.