Byelection Oct. 19 in Union Bay

A byelection to fill a six-month trustee vacancy on the Union Bay Improvement District board will be held at a special meeting Oct. 19 at the Union Bay Hall.
Former trustee Alan de Jersey, who was replaced as chair by Carol Molstad in early-May, resigned from the board in the summer.
So far the only candidate is Alan Webb, a semi-retired newcomer to Union Bay and member of the Taxpayers for Accountable Governance group.
Webb serves on the public works committee. With upwards of 50 years experience in various engineering fields, Webb has designed and built waste water systems.
Registration is from 5 to 6 p.m. followed by the election, which will precede the board meeting.
Voter and candidate requirements include:
• Entitled to be a registered voter under the Elections Act;
• Canadian citizen 18 or older having resided in B.C. the previous six months;
• A registered landowner in the UBID or designated representative.

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