Candidates for 2011 elections in Juan de Fuca

A list of those running for office in Otter Point, Shirley and Jordan River

  • Oct. 26, 2011 7:00 a.m.

Regional Director (one position):

Alanda Carver

Mike Hicks

 

JDFEA Land Use Committee – Shirley/Jordan River Representative (one position):

George Miller

Harold Shipton

 

JDFEA Land Use Committee – Otter Point Representative (one  position):

John Brohman

Heather Phillips

 

Otter Point Advisory Planning Commission (five positions):

Bud Gibbons

Sid Jorna

Anne Miller

Gerry Niedermeiser

Sandy Sinclair

Al Wickheim

 

School District #62 (Milne’s Landing Zone three positions):

Janet Evans

Terrance Martin

Robert (Bob) Phillips

Neil Poirier

Margot Swinburnson

Allison Watson

 

Note: The five positions for the Shirley/Jordan River Advisory Planning Commission were filled by acclamation. No election is necessary. Commission members are:

Dominque Bernardet

Sonja de Wit

Pascale Knoglinger

Brenda Mark

Fiona McDannold

The election is slated for Nov. 19.

The term of office is for three years commencing December 2011 and terminating in 2014 after the election held in accordance with the legislation in the Local Government Act (2014).

The Chief Elections Officer for the CRD also runs the election for School District Trustees.

There will be opportunities for advance voting on Nov. 9 and 16. More information on voting hours and places will be available at a later date.

See next week’s issue for statements from the candidates riunning for JdF regional director and school trustee.

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