Trouton tops race for mayor

Greg Kyllo tops Sicamous election with close to 700 votes.

Darrell Trouton will be taking over the mayor’s chair in Sicamous for the next three years.

The unofficial election tally shows Trouton succeeding Malcolm MacLeod by almost 100 votes, followed by Lorraine March and then Sheldon Ready.

Three incumbent councillors, Fred Busch, Charlotte Hutchinson and Don Richardson will be returning to the table. The candidate to receive the highest number of votes (including the mayoral race) was Greg Kyllo with close to 700 votes. Other newcomers to the council table will be Terry Rysz and Joan Thomson.

In the race to represent Sicamous/Malakwa on the District #83 school board, Barry Chafe, with 609 votes, beat out Sharon Gibb with 317 votes.

More to come in future updates.

The unofficial election results are as follows:

Mayoral race:

Darrell Trouton – 394

Malcolm MacLeod – 295

Lorraine March – 180

Sheldon Ready – 24

 

Council:

Greg Kyllo – 697

Terry Rysz – 481

Charlotte Hutchinson – 474

Fred Busch – 469

Joan Thomson – 423

Don Richardson – 376

Lynn Miller – 375

Terry Sinton – 346

Jerry Silva – 339

Diana Stooshnov – 287

Kevin Kruger – 233

 

 

 

 

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