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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.
Ian Cobb/e-KNOWTags: City of CranbrookJim WavrecanWayne Stetski
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