Seventy voters cast their ballots to elect a mayor, recorder and five city council members in West Milford Tuesday night.
Poll worker Mildred Vincent said she was unsure what percentage of voters had turned out.
Roy "Don" Smith was elected mayor with 50 write-in votes. Smith, who was also the incumbent and ran unopposed, has served as mayor for 10 years.
Smith listed upgrades on Main Street, including new sidewalks and street lamps, and upgrading the water system as a few of his top priorities for his next term.
"There are several things that need to be looked at and accomplished," he said.
Debra Starkey, who ran unopposed, was elected recorder with 51 votes.
In the race for city council, the five open seats were filled by Roy Hayhurst, 60 votes, Frank Nuzum, 60 votes, Clyde Kinsey, 57 votes, Barbara Fidler, 56 votes, and write-in candidate Roy Murphy, 40 votes.
Other candidates for council were Bobbie Sue Gallo, 36 votes, and write-in candidate Daniel Wolfe, 18.