UBID landowners elect two new trustees

Jacques and Loxam in; Incumbent Livesey gets fewest votes

  • Apr. 5, 2016 7:00 p.m.

Union Bay Improvement District (UBID) returning officer Kevin Douville confirmed Tuesday that landowners elected Peter Jacques and Glenn Loxam as new trustees at UBID’s annual general meeting and trustee election held on Saturday, April 2 at the Union Bay Community Hall.

Mr. Jacques and Mr. Loxam were two of four candidates seeking election to the two, three-year term Trustee positions available this year. The other candidates who ran this year were Jim Elliott and incumbent Bruce Livesey.

A total of 427 eligible landowners registered and received ballots resulting in 839 total votes being cast and five spoiled ballots. The breakdown of votes per candidate was as follows:

Peter Jacques – 226

Glenn Loxam – 220

Jim Elliott –  200

Bruce Livesey (incumbent) – 193

 

 

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