Jackson voters will be asked to fill four seats on the city’s Board of Aldermen next month, one from each of the city’s four wards. A pair of incumbent board members, Wanda Young of Ward I and David Hitt representing Ward II, are unopposed in their reelection bids. Also unopposed is Jackson Mayor Dwain Hahs, who is seeking another two-year term in the April 6 municipal election. However, Ward III board member Katy Liley, a civil engineer and project manager, is facing a challenge from Matthew Ellison, marketing director with Vintage Software in Jackson. Meanwhile, Ward IV Alderman Tommy Kimbel, a retired Jackson police officer, is running against Steven Lee, a 25-year employee of Procter & Gamble. You can learn more in the Southeast Missourian.