The District of Sicamous Mayor and council elected in 2014. Todd Kyllo, second from the left in the front row, sought reelection and did not succeed while Janna Simons, second from the right in the front row, did not seek reelection. The rest of the councillors retained their seat and Mayor Terry Rysz was unopposed in the election. (District of Sicamous Photo) The District of Sicamous Mayor and council elected in 2014. Todd Kyllo, second from the left in the front row, sought reelection and did not succeed while Janna Simons, second from the right in the front row, did not seek reelection. The rest of the councillors retained their seat and Mayor Terry Rysz was unopposed in the election. (District of Sicamous Photo)

Four incumbents will return to Sicamous council

Councillors Bushell, Makayev, Anderson, and Mallmes will return to their roles for four more years

Four incumbents will be returning to Sicamous council according to unofficial results of the 2018 civic election.

Of the five incumbents who sought re-election, only Todd Kyllo was not re-elected.

The new council will consist of incumbents Gord Bushell, Malcolm Makayev, Colleen Anderson and Jeff Malmes. They will be joined by newcomers Bob Evans and Ryan Airey.

Related:Employment and housing on some Sicamous voters minds as they head to polls

Bushell topped the polls with 656 votes; he was followed by Makayev with 620, Evans with 600, Airey with 522, Anderson with 489 and Mallmes with 426.

Mayor Terry Rysz was acclaimed, as no one opposed him in the race for the mayor’s chair.


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