Plenty of choice in Old Massett election

Old Massett residents will have plenty of choices to make in the village council election set for Dec. 4.

Sixteen men and women have put their names on the ballot, and there is a contest for every one of the six available seats.

Running for chief councillor are Tiffany Bell, Kimball Davidson, Duffy Edgars, Marlene Liddle, Mick Morrison, and Harold Yeltatzie. Ken Rea, the current chief councillor, is not running for re-election.

Five regular councillor seats are also available this year, with 10 candidates running.

They include Cecil Brown, Deborah Brown, Robert Brown, Freda Davis, Danny Matthews, John Parnell, Cynthia Samuels, Alfie Setso, Ralph Stocker, and Richard Williams.

Voters can go to an advance poll at the village hall on Monday, Nov. 27 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. The regular vote will be held during the same times at the village hall on Monday, Dec. 4.

Anyone who is 18 or older as of Nov. 6 and registered on the Old Massett band membership list is eligible to vote.

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