Ned Fluet has improved his lead over his opponent, Frank Rosenblum, in the race for Woodside's District 7 Town Council seat. The unofficial count from the county Elections Office posted at 4:30 p.m. today (Thursday, Nov. 8) gives Fluet 54 percent of the vote.
In the latest tally, Fluet had 627 votes; Roseblum had 524 votes (46 percent).
The election night count gave Fluet a 52 percent lead.
Meanwhile Woodside council candidates Brian Dombkowski, Sean Scott and Dick Brown, all running unopposed, are on their way to representing districts 2, 4 and 6, respectively.
Dombkowski will represent residents who live on Woodside Road west of Albion Avenue, and along Kings Mountain and Tripp roads, all currently represented by Deborah Gordon.
Scott will represent residents along Canada Road, and north of Arbor Court and Olive Hill Lane, all currently represented by Dave Tanner.
Brown will represent neighborhoods south of Woodside Road and east of Mountain Home Road on both sides of Interstate 280, and parts of town south of Bardet Road along Canada Road, all currently represented by Anne Kasten.
The winner in the District 7 race will represent neighborhoods along La Honda and Old La Honda roads and areas west of Portola Road.