Two incumbents and one new member will join the Pine City Council in 2021.
Mayor Carl Pederson – running unopposed – was re-elected to a two-year term; while incumbent Steven Ovick and challenger Kyle Palmer were both elected to four-year terms on the city council on election night.
Pederson received 1,261 votes for mayor. There were 52 write-in votes.
In the city council race, Ovick was the top vote-getter with 810 votes. Palmer received 642 votes to claim the other open seat on the city council.
Challenger Ariel Dunbar received 473 votes, while incumbent Brian Scholin received 438 votes. There were 22 write-in votes.