Two Councilors Cheered Ahead of Lake Country Municipal Election – Kelowna Capital News

Nominations have closed for those wishing to work at the Lake Country Council.

The candidates for Oyama and Carr’s Landing have already been acclaimed.

As no one is running against them, incumbent Cara Reed will continue with the title of Councilor of Carr’s Landing and incumbent Todd McKenzie will once again assume the role of Councilor of Oyama.

Running for Okanagan Center are Tricia Brett and Riley Hastings, both seeking first terms.

In Winfield, residents will choose between incumbent Jerremy Kozub and Heather Irvine.

And two of the three names vying for general counsel will be voted on Oct. 15, the decision between Michael Lewis, Bib Patel and incumbent Bill Scarrow.

James Baker is ending his run for mayor and Lake Country residents will have to choose between former central Okanagan councilor Blair Ireland or Barry Rhodes, who has run for the job in the past, at the city ​​hall.

Amy Geistlinger has been acclaimed as a school trustee.


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