ST. CHARLES – A new face will join the St. Charles Public Library Board this year, and two incumbents will keep their seats for six more years.
Newcomer Anne Francissen earned the highest amount of votes – 3,460 – followed by incumbents Michael Hill with 3,246 votes and Norman Huntley with 2,839 votes, according to unofficial election results.
Incumbent Daniel Prath received 2,544 votes and came in last in the four-person race, according to unofficial results.
Francissen, who works as a financial adviser with Ameriprise Financial in downtown St. Charles, said in March that the library always has been an integral part in her family’s life, and she even worked part time there a few years ago.
Huntley became a trustee in April 1969, and Hill has served as trustee for more than 10 years.