Thir­teen can­di­dates run­ning for coun­cil

The Prince George Citizen - - Front Page - Mark NIELSEN Cit­i­zen staff mnielsen@pgc­i­t­i­

Prince George vot­ers will have 13 can­di­dates to choose from for the eight city coun­cil­lor spots – and two for mayor.

Willy Ens, a rel­a­tive un­known, sub­mit­ted nom­i­na­tion pa­pers Fri­day to run against may­oral in­cum­bent Lyn Hall.

Ens could not be im­me­di­ately reached for com­ment but on a Face­book page, said he is a “rad­i­cal non­con­formist think­ing coach. Here to pre­serve Mother Earth for seven gen­er­a­tions for­ward.”

Run­ning for the re­main­ing seats on city coun­cil are Frank Everitt, Viv Fox, Garth Frizzell, Dave Fuller, Murry Krause, Terri McCon­nachie, Cori Ram­say, Kyle Samp­son, Susan Scott, Paul Serup, Brian Skakun, Cameron Stolz and Chris Wood.

As for school board, run­ning for one of five area one (Prince George) seats are Betty Bekker­ing, Tim Ben­nett, Sarah Hol­land, Trudy Klassen, Al­lan Kranz, Stephanie Mikalishen-Deol, Ron Po­lillo, Corey Walker, Sharel War­ring­ton and Bruce Wiebe.

Harold Ed­wards and Bob Thomp­son are vy­ing to rep­re­sent area three (Rob­son Val­ley) and Shuirose Val­imo­hamed is the sole can­di­date for area two (Macken­zie).

As for the Fraser-Fort George Re­gional District board of di­rec­tors, War­ren Wil­son, (Elec­toral Area A Salmon River and Lakes), Bill Em­pey (Elec­toral Area D Ta­bor Lake-Stone Creek) and Art Kaehn (Elec­toral Area E Wood­pecker-Hixon) are in by ac­cla­ma­tion.

Here’s a look at the con­tested races:

• Elec­toral Area C Chi­lako River-Nechako: Lara Beck­ett and Colin Clyne.

• Elec­toral Area F Wil­low River-Up­per Fraser: Kevin Dun­phy and Joe Rosi­tano.

• Elec­toral Area G Crooked River-Parsnip: Terry Burgess, James Clef­s­tad and Pat Crook.

• Elec­toral Area H Rob­son Val­ley-Ca­noe: Dan­nielle Alan and Ben Hunter.

Can­di­da­cies re­main sub­ject to chal­lenge un­til Tues­day at 4 p.m. and the dead­line for with­drawal is Fri­day at 4 p.m.

The cam­paign pe­riod be­gins Sept. 22 – although can­di­dates have been al­lowed to erect signs since Septem­ber – and gen­eral vot­ing day is Oct. 20.

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