The city of Glen Rose will soon greet new officials.

Current council member Dennis Moore won the mayor's race in a landslide Saturday, garnering 240 of 306 votes.

Moore, who is closing out his first full term on the council, said he is ready to serve citizens from his new post and get to work alongside a new council. He is a lifetime resident of the city.

Moore defeated Eric Belanger, who has resided in the county for sometime but only recently located within the city limits.

Meanwhile, a four-way race for two openings on the Glen Rose City Council was close, but Danny Chambers and Mike Jones took the majority of the votes over Sue Oldenburg and Laverne West.

According to voting totals provided by City Secretary Melanie Reese, a total of 562 ballots were cast for council candidates - 256 more than those counted in the mayor's race.

Chambers garnered 174 votes and Jones took 155. But Oldenburg only trailed Jones by 14 votes, with 141. West received 92 votes.

The Glen Rose City Council will hold its regular monthly meeting Monday and is expected to set a date to canvass election results.