Ken Rea wins in Old Massett

  • Dec. 6, 2011 1:00 p.m.

Ken Rea is the new chief councillor in Old Massett, after winning Monday’s election with 164 votes. The other candidate for chief councillor, Judy Williams, received 140 votes. Elected as councillors were Harold Yeltatzie (189 votes), Alfie Setso (174 votes), John T. Jones (165 votes) and David Smith (157 votes). The other candidates in the running were Kevin Brown, who received 149 votes, Vince Collison (127) and Myrna Jacobson (100). According to chief electoral officer Miranda Young’s report, 318 Old Massett residents voted in the election. The newly-elected chief councillor and four councillors will serve for the next two years, until December 2013.

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