Screech joined by Kowalewich, Rogers, Mattson and Lemon

The results are in

The results for the Town of View Royal were the first to come in election night.

Mayor David Screech, who ran unopposed, will be joined by Damian Kowalewich, John Rogers, Ron Mattson, and Gery Lemon.

Six candidates ran for four seats on council.

Kowalewich received 1,581 votes, followed by Rogers with 1,464, Mattson with 1,409, and Lemon with 1,307. Adam Flint and Nathan Daisley were not elected. Flint received 1,120 votes and Daisley finished the day with 990 votes.

Polls close at 8 p.m. Saturday during the final day of voting in the 2018 municipal election.

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