Declaration of candidates is in

List of those running for mayor and council firmed up

The nomination period for municipal election candidates has come to a close and the list is in for the District of Clearwater’s potential mayor and council members.

The two candidates for the office of mayor are Merlin Blackwell and Jon Kreke, both of whom are former councillors.

The list of people who put their names forward for council are as follows: Barry Banford (incumbent), Travis Borneman, Brent Cooper, Will Ellis, Lynne Frizzle, Dennis Greffard (incumbent), Bill Haring, Raymond Kollin, Lyle Mackenzie, Keith McNeill, Shelley Sim (incumbent) and Lucy Taylor.

The official campaign period will begin on Sept. 22 with the the voting day taking place Oct. 20.

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