The Haines Borough Assembly tallied the last votes—from mailed and emailed ballots—for borough assembly and school board on Tuesday.

The final results show that Tyler Huling won the election with 605 votes, and Debra Schnabel placed second with 594. Brenda Josephson and Richard Clement ended up with 426 and 362 votes, respectively.

Seventy-two ballots were counted on Tuesday. From those, Schnabel received 59 votes, above Huling’s 53. Sixteen went to Josephson and 13 to Clement.

The final school board results had Brian Clay winning with 748 votes; Michael Wald came in second with 642 votes. Kevin Shove and Shannon Dryden were seated with 453 and 440 votes, respectively. Keely Baumgartner placed fifth with 332 votes, and Jonathan Wray received 240.

In other assembly news, the assembly authorized the borough to spend $95,269 on road repairs after the December landslides and flooding. Borough officials expect that expense to be reimbursed by FEMA.

The assembly unanimously decided to add to an ordinance to amend the current budget: the assembly voted to allocate $117,374 from the areawide general fund to pay off the borough’s school bond debt. The state’s contribution this fiscal year will be $117,374 less than expected.

A second public hearing on the ordinance to add budget items will take place on Oct. 26.

Assembly member Carol Tuynman motioned to schedule a committee of the whole meeting to draft a resolution guiding the borough’s position on state legislative redistricting. “I would like to do this because it’s a way to cement our vision of how we work regionally,” Tuynman said. The motion failed 3-2, with Tuynman and Caitie Kirby in favor and Paul Rogers, Cheryl Stickler and Gabe Thomas in opposition.

Borough clerk Alekka Fullerton is drafting a list of vacancies on borough advisory committees.