Masset council unofficial election results

  • Nov. 15, 2008 7:00 p.m.

Stephen Grosse, Andrew Merilees, Ian Edwards Jr. and Ed Woode were elected as councillors for the village of Masset in today’s election.Mr. Merilees and Mr. Woode were members of the previous council, while Mr. Grosse and Mr. Edwards are newcomers.According to the unofficial results, Mr. Woode won his seat by just one vote.Mr. Grosse received the most votes at 197, followed by Mr. Merilees with 190, Mr. Edwards with 145 and Mr. Woode with 100.Also running were Bret Johnston (99 votes), Jason Majore (79 votes) and Steve Alexander (76 votes).The new council will be sworn in sometime in early December and will serve for the next three years.Masset mayor Barry Pages has been acclaimed.

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