Three new faces on Rossland council

Preliminary results for the Rossland municipal election are in and they put three new faces on council.

The votes have been tallied for Rossland’s next city council. The preliminary results elect Kathy Moore, Jill Spearn, Kathy Wallace, Tim Thatcher, Cary Fisher and Jody Blomme.

Out of those six, Moore, Spearn and Wallace are back for another term, while Thatcher, Fisher and Blomme will be new faces on council.

The preliminary count was:

 

Kathy Moore (684)

Jill Spearn (660)

Kathy Wallace (651)

Tim Thatcher (605)

Cary Fisher (523)

Jody Blomme (473)

 

David Klein (417)

Sharon Wieder (298)

Laurie Charlton (278)

Bob Chamut (266)

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