The village of Fremont incumbents up for re-election in the April 7 election will all run unopposed.
On the ballot will be incumbent Daniel Sambs for village president and incumbents Bobbi S. Marks, John Kohl III and Rick Coenen for the three village trustee seats.
They were nominated for the spring election during the village’s Jan. 13 caucus, which preceded the town’s monthly village board meeting.
Sambs has served the village for almost 30 years, including 18 years as a village trustee and 11 years as the village president.
Coenen is serving his third term on the village board.
Kohl has been a village trustee for almost 18 years, and Marks is serving her second term on the board.
During its regular monthly meeting, the board approved a request from Jennifer Moen, president of the Wolf River Area Optimist Club, to close Wolf River Drive for a fun run on an evening in August.
The club plans to hold its first Yellowstone Trail Festival the weekend of Aug. 21, and a fun run is to be among the activities.
Moen said the run will begin at 8:45 p.m. and be held on either Friday, Aug. 21, or Saturday, Aug. 22.
The date of the fun run will depend on the length of the festival.
Fun run participants will wear items that glow in the dark, and the board approved closing Wolf River Drive, from Main Street to the Porch Restaurant.
It will be closed from 8:45 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Police Chief Gene Goode said an officer and squad will be at one end and recommended a deputy reserve be at the other end of the route.
Trustee Jim Falke expressed concerns about the hundreds of people who could be going into the village and the fact they will not know about the event.
Members of the Wolf River Area Optimist Club will be responsible for having people at every intersection, and Moen said the club will send a letter to those who live on the street in which the plans for the fun run are outlined.
Coenen also recommended putting information about the run on the chamber’s website.