New-look coun­cil

The Glengarry News - - The Opinion Page -

North Stor­mont Town­ship coun­cil is guar­an­teed to have at least two new coun­cil­lors when bal­lots are counted Oc­to­ber 22.

Randy Dou­glas is the only in­cum­bent coun­cil­lor in the race for the three coun­cil­lor seats. Coun­cil­lor Jim Wert has been ac­claimed mayor, after Den­nis Fife stepped down, while Coun­cil­lor François Landry be­came the new Deputy mayor when Bill McGimpsey opted not to seek re-elec­tion.

Also in the run­ning for coun­cil­lor posts are Al­ton Blair, Car­rie Curry, Steve Den­sham, and Rox­ane Vil­leneuve.

School races

Two can­di­dates are hop­ing to rep­re­sent the area on the Catholic Dis­trict School Board of Eastern On­tario -- in­cum­bent Karen McAl­lis­ter and Donna Nielsen.

Seek­ing the Up­per Canada Dis­trict School Board trustee’s post are Jim Ban­croft, John Dana­her and Mar­shall Wil­son.

Con­seil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’On­tario mem­ber Lise Benoît Léger has been ac­claimed.

François Bazinet has been re-elected to le Con­seil sco­laire de dis­trict catholique de l’Est on­tarien.

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