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Massive interest in Cranbrook councilPosted: October 15, 2011
City of Cranbrook voters have a glut of candidates to wade through when they make their decisions for a new mayor and council Nov. 19.
Four candidates have filed for the mayoral seat being vacated by Scott Manjak and 14 people are vying for six council seats.
Long-time councillor Jim Wavrecan and 2008 mayoral candidate Wayne Stetski are being joined on the mayor ballot by Pat O’Connell John York.
Meanwhile, incumbent councilors Angus Davis, Denise Pallesen, Diana J Scott and Bob Whetham are being joined on a packed ballot by Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce president Sean Campbell, Sharon Cross, Jim Fennell, Dave Hall, David Humphrey, Paulette Johnson, Jay Savage, Connor Stewart, Tasy Strouzas and Gerry Warner.
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