John Edelston was re-elected to the while newcomer Illece Buckley Weber also won a seat on the dais on Tuesday.
Buckley Weber earned the most votes with 1,427, while Edelston garnered 1,362 ballots in his favor.
Buckley Weber will replace outgoing Mayor Pro Tem Dan Kuperberg, who opted not to run for re-election.
Edelston told Patch that he is very excited about being re-elected to City Council.
"I want to continue the work that I started," he said. "We've got a lot to do."
He also complimented Buckley Weber on running an effective campaign.
"I'm really very excited," said Buckley Weber. "I'm very proud of my committee. We did everything we needed to do."
She added that both Sue Lepisto and Meril Platzer "did great jobs" and that she was nervous about the race right up until the end.
As the newest addition to City Council, she is looking forward to jumping right in and already has plans. "I want to strengthen the relationship with the school district," she said.
She also wants to meet with the business task force in order to begin a campaign to promote "buying local" for the holidays.
"There's so much I want to do," she said.
Edelston and Buckley Weber will be sworn in during the annual council reorganization ceremony on Dec. 6.
Ballots from the seven precincts were tallied at the Registrar Recorder/County Clerk’s offices in Norwalk.
Here is how people voted.
Candidate Votes Percent
Illece Buckley Weber 1,427 31.86
John Edelston 1,362 30.41
Sue Lepisto 1.242 27.73
Meril Platzer 448 10