Familiar faces were voted onto the Middletown Town Council on Tuesday.

Council members Jeff Pennington and Scott Fink ran unopposed for re-election to retain their seats.

Pennington received 303, or 34.5 percent of the votes, according to unofficial results.

“I am delighted to continue to serve the residents of Middletown as council member,” Pennington said. “I look forward to continuing working with historical entities, like Belle Grove, to develop tourism.”

Fink received 282, or 32.1 percentage, of the votes, according to unofficial results.

“I owe a huge thank you to the voters for their confidence and trust in me,” Fink said.

Fink said he has always worked to conduct the work of the citizens with integrity.

“We work for the citizens,” Fink said.

He said he hopes to see more residents out at meetings and events.

“Come out, follow what the government is doing,” Fink said.

Daryl Terrill, who also ran unopposed, received 263, or 30 percent of the vote in winning his council seat, according to unofficial results.

Terrill, who is the chairman of Middletown’s Planning Commission, will take over the seat left vacant when Councilman and Vice Mayor Tom Simon steps down.

“I feel great. I am looking forward to getting started. I want to thank the voters. I look forward to serving on Town Council for the next four years and working for the betterment of Middletown,” Terrill said.