Councillors announce intention to run again

Two council members in Agassiz and Harrison say they intend to run for re-election

Council members in both Agassiz and Harrison Hot Springs are starting to voice their intention to run for re-election on Nov 15.

Voters will go to the polls that day to elect council and mayors, school board trustees and regional directors.

In Harrison Hot Springs, current councillor John Buckley has said he is looking forward to serving the community for another term.

“I definitely will be throwing my hat in the ring, Buckley told the Observer. “It has been both a rewarding and enjoyable time representing our village. I still have a lot of projects and goals to see completed.”

In the District of Kent (Agassiz), councillor Duane Post has also confirmed he will seek re-election.

Nomination packages are available at municipal offices, and the nomination period ends on Oct. 10.

 

 

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