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Seven candidates vie for CRD directorships near Quesnel

Area A and B have two and three candidates apiece, with Area C and I each with one

The Cariboo Regional District is holding elections for area directors in October, which co-incide with local municipal elections.

CRD areas near Quesnel include Area A – Red Bluff-Quesnel South, Area B – Quesnel West-Bouchie Lake, Area C – Bowron Lake-Barlow Creek-Barkerville, and Area I – Narcosli-Nazko-West Fraser.

Area A candidates include Cory J Delves and Mary Sjostrom.

Area B candidates include Barb Bachmeier, Elizebeth Montgomery and Robert A Shkuratoff.

Area C has just one candidate running – incumbent John Massier.

And Area I also has one candidate: Jim J Glassford.

The list remains unofficial, pending nomination changes, and the close of the withdrawal period is Friday Sept. 21 at 4 p.m.

Elections for CRD directors will also take place Saturday Oct. 20.

Check back to Quesnelobserver.com and read the print issue for profiles of each candidate.

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