There will not be a recount of the results of the April 1 race for the Ward 2 seat on the Weyauwega Common Council
On April 9, Jack Spierings notified city officials that he would not be seeking a recount in the race.
Shani Appleby received 49 votes in the April 1 election for that seat on the council, while Spierings received 47 votes.
Appleby, who was seeking her first term on the council, was sworn in on Tuesday, April 15.
Spierings, a former Weyauwega alderman, also ran for a seat on the Waupaca County Board this spring and won that race.
He had until 5 p.m. Thursday, April 10 to decide whether he wanted a recount of the council seat results.
In addition to Appleby, Bruce Brunner and Scott Rasmussen were also sworn in this week after being re-elected to seats on the common council.
Both were unopposed in the spring election.
Brunner was elected to another term-year term representing Ward 1 and Rasmussen to another term on the council representing Ward 3.