Results are in for the District of Metchosin

Ranns to serve another term as Metchosin mayor with two new council members

The official results for the District of Metchosin came in shortly after midnight.

Topping the polls was Coun. Andy MacKinnon with more than 68 per cent of the vote.

Metchosin’s new council will be comprised of MacKinnon with 1,109 votes, he was followed by Sharie Epp with 895, Kyara Kahakauwila with 820, and Marie-Terese Little with 739.

Following closely but just out of reach of a council seat by Brian Domney with 717 votes, Jenny Millar with 514, Norm Hardy with 477, and Darren Brown with 419.

Mayor John Ranns will serve a seventh term as mayor having faced no opposition this time around.

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