For the first time in six years, Scottsville has a new mayor.

Vice-mayor Nancy Gill won with nearly 60 percent of the vote, beating town council member Ron Smith and businessman Peter Pitsiokos.

She says she hopes she can bring the Scottsville community closer together.

"The main reason I choose to run is I do believe we need to build strong relationships with our residents, our businesses, the people in the surrounding area of Scottsville," Gill said.

The 121 total votes in this election nearly triples the results from 2014. That's because this is the first competitive election for town officials since Barry Grove took over as mayor.

Grove said he wasn't interested in re-election because he felt the town could use new blood in leadership positions.

The race for town council was also contested, with seven candidates vying for six spots.

The four incumbents running were safely re-elected, but the race for the final spot was very close. Joshua Peck beat Lindsay Brown by just four votes.

For a complete list of election results, click the link alongside this story.