Brian Turnbull to lead City as Northville Mayor
Posted on 11/06/2019
Brian Turnbull in downtown Northville. In the City election on Nov. 5, Brian Turnbull was elected mayor with 64% of the vote, while incumbent Mayor Ken Roth garnered 36% of 2,094 ballots cast.

City Council gains one new member, retains another
Barbara Moroski-Browne was the top vote getter with nearly 36% in a close race for two open City Council seats. Council Member Marilyn Price retained her seat, securing nearly 34% of the votes, while Joseph Patrick Corriveau scored 31% of ballots cast but failed to gain a seat on council. (These are unofficial results until certified by the Oakland County Board of Canvassers.)

These newly elected officials will be sworn in to office at the City Council meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 7 p.m. by Judge Michael Gerou. (The meeting will be held one day later due to the Veteran’s Day holiday.)

Of 5,058 registered voters, turnout was nearly 42 percent. The majority voted by absent voter ballot. See more details of the vote on the City’s website election page.

Marilyn Price
Marilyn Price retained her seat.

Barbara Moroski-Browne
New Council Member Barbara Moroski-Browne.