Stewart voters have plenty to choose from

STEWART RESIDENTS have a choice of mayoral and councillor candidates to choose from in the upcoming election.

  • Oct. 18, 2011 4:00 p.m.

STEWART RESIDENTS have a choice of mayoral and councillor candidates to choose from in the upcoming election.

Running for the mayor’s office are current mayor Angela Brand Danuser and Galina Durant.

Seven people have thrown their hat into the ring for councillor spots: Billie Belcher, Netonia Chatlelaine, John Harrison, Dave Johns, Patty Lynn, Ronald McFadzen and Chad McKay.

The only person who filed for the area’s seat on the Coast Mountains school district board is Shannon McFee. Accordingly, she has been elected by acclamation.

Voters go to the polls Nov. 19.

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