Lutz, Severt seek at-large council seats

Residents file petitions for Troy council

TROY — Two Troy residents have announced their intention to seek at-large seats on Troy City Council in 2018.

On Friday, William Lutz and Todd Severt both submitted press releases announcing they have filed petitions for at-large seats on Troy City Council.

Last week, Doug Tremblay, second ward council member, told the Troy Daily News he would not seek another term of office next year.

Marty Baker, president of Troy City Council, has filed her petitions at the Miami County Board of Elections for her sixth two-year term as Troy City Council president. Prior to that, she served four two-year terms as 2nd Ward council representative.

Severt is an attorney and partner at Lopez, Severt and Pratt. Lutz is currently the executive director of the New Path Inc., a faith-based non-profit human service agency affiliated with Ginghamsburg Church, Tipp City.

Update: This story, along with additional information, will appear in Wednesday’s edition of the Troy Daily News.

Residents file petitions for Troy council