Two running for Moresby Island regional district position

  • Oct. 10, 2014 5:00 p.m.

There will be an election on Moresby Island for regional district director, while the director for rural Graham Island will be acclaimed. On Moresby, incumbent director Evan Putterill is running against former director Bill Beldessi. In Area D (rural Graham Island), Mike Racz is the only candidate and will be acclaimed. The Lawn Hill resident is the incumbent, having been elected in 2011. Residents of Moresby Island will also have the opportunity to vote for members of the local management committee, the organization that advises the regional director. There are seven candidates running for five positions: Behn Cochrane, Doug Gould, Gail Henry, Stan Hovde, Bill Quaas, Gord Usher and Heron Wier. The election will be held Nov. 15.

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