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Wed November 6, 2013
Laconia Newspaper Editor Elected Mayor Of City
The editor and president of The Laconia Daily Sun has been elected mayor of the city.
Ed Engler said he will be speaking to voters around the city in preparation for the job, which starts in January.
He defeated Kailief Mitchell, an academic assistant at the Spaudling Youth Center, by a vote of 1,155 to 403 in Tuesday's election.
Engler said economic development would be a priority, starting with how to apply funds accrued by the downtown tax increment financing.
Engler will be sworn in as the new mayor at the City Council meeting on Nov. 12. His inauguration will take place at the first City Council meeting in January.