Tom Arnold leads Citizens’ Alliance to victory in Grenville-sur-la-Rouge
It has been a long and tiring weekend for Tom Arnold, but a very satisfying one in the end. He is now the mayor-elect of Grenville-sur-la-Rouge, leading a new council for the town after a resounding victory for the Citizens’ Alliance party in the Nov. 5 municipal election.
“Very good, very happy,” said Arnold during a Monday evening interview. “Our whole team is very happy.”
Arnold admitted being very tired. Final poll results for Grenville-sur-la-Rouge were not available until close to 3 a.m. Monday morning. After a brief celebration, Arnold snatched a bit of sleep and was up again at 5 a.m. to first look after the needs of his own construction business and then head over to the municipal office to begin work getting familiar with his new mayoral responsibilities.
«I only got an hour’s sleep so far,» Arnold joked, adding that he also fielded both congratulations and questions from constituents during his first day as mayor-elect. Most questions focused on how soon the À Grenville-sur-la-Rouge, c’est Tom Arnold qui a décroché le poste de maire avec 66,93% des voix, devant Michel Brosseau crédité de 21, 73% des suffrages et Shelley Victoria Silcock, 11,34%. M. Arnold faisait partie de l’Alliance des citoyens de Grenville-sur-laRouge. L’ensemble des candidats aux postes de conseillers de l’Alliance des citoyens de Grenville-sur-la-Rouge ont également été élus. Ron Moran (à gauche, à l’arrière), Serge Bourbonnais, Denis Filion, Marc A. Le Gris, Manon Jutras (à gauche, devant), Tom Arnold, maire élu, et Natalia Czarnecka .