SD91 trustee election results are in

Several new faces have been elected to the position of school board trustee

The unofficial Nechako Lakes School District (SD91) trustee election results are in.

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

SD91, 11:20 p.m

Engen, Mapes, Vanderhoof and Cluculz Lake:

Sarah John – 318 votes

Nadine Frenkel – 307 votes

Michelle Roberge – 277 votes

Tom Bulmer – 243 votes

Endako, Fraser Lake and Fort Fraser:

Dave Christie – 220 votes

Doris Honeyman – 25 votes

Fort St. James, Manson Creek, Germanson and Takla Landings:

Cheryl Peterson – 210 votes

Kaylee Walstrom – 125 votes

Lucille Duncan – 87 votes

Grassy Plains and Francois Lake:

Nyree Hazelton – 117 votes

Adele Gooding – 88 votes

Topley, Decker Lake and Granisle:

Steve Davis – acclamation

Burns Lake and rural area:

Rick Pooley – acclamation



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