11:15 pm. Pernarowski back as mayor

TERRACE MAYOR Dave Pernarowski was comfortably returned to office Nov. 19

  • Nov. 19, 2011 8:00 a.m.

TERRACE MAYOR Dave Pernarowski was comfortably returned to office Nov. 19, defeating four challengers for a second three-year term as the city’s top elected official.

His return was not in doubt when counting started after polls closed at 8 pm.

By late Saturday night, Pernarowksi received 1,082 votes compared to 575 for Bruce Martindale. Jennifer Lewis received 184 votes, Merv Ritchie 143 votes and Don Dunster 35 votes.

Council incumbent Bruce Bidgood topped the council polls followed by incumbents Lynne Christiansen and Brian Downie. Marylin Davies, after being defeated in 2008 returns to council. Rounding out the two remaining spots on council are newcomers James Cordeiro and Stacey Tyers.

 

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