Mary Sjostrom elected in CRD Area A; Barb Bachmeier in Area B

Unofficial Cariboo Regional District results are now in

Mary Sjostrom has been elected director of Cariboo Regional District Area A (Red Bluff-Quesnel South), and Barb Bachmeier as director of Area B (Quesnel West-Bouchie Lake) as regional district preliminary results have now been announced.

Sjostrom was elected by just 13 votes in Area A, beating opponent Cory Delves.

In Area B, Bachmeier took 142 votes, while Robert Shkuratoff received 125 and Elizebeth Montgomery 110.

Other electoral area directors near Quesnel got in by acclamation, with John Massier director for Area C (Bowron Lakes-Barlow Creek-Barkerville) and Jim Glassford director for Area I (Narcosli-Nazko-West Fraser).

The North Cariboo Airport Service Referendum passed, with 1,044 votes in favour of the new airport tax, and 402 against.

Preliminary results are unofficial. Official CRD results will be announced Oct. 23, 2018.

READ MORE: Preliminary School District 28 trustee results are in



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