Decker, Oltmanns elected to Dickinson City Commission
Scott Decker and Klayton Oltmanns emerged victorious while incumbent Shirley Dukart lost her bid for a third term on the Dickinson City Commission on Tuesday.
Decker received the most votes, earning almost 42 percent. Oltmanns was re-elected for a second term with almost 36 percent of the votes. Dukart earned 22 percent of the votes.
It will be Decker’s first term on the council. The retired military professional said he is excited to work for the people of Dickinson.
“I’ve been attending the commission meetings and kind of getting myself up to speed on some of the things that are happening,” he said. “I have a pretty decent feel for what’s going on in the city. “A lot of work has started in my first term that I want to see through, so I’m very pleased to get re-elected to carry on with all of the important tasks that we have ahead of us.”
He said the commission is “very strong.”
Dukart has previously served two two-year terms, though not consecutively.