Cultus Lake Park candidates named

Two Cultus nominees who met the Friday deadline are Charlotte Hall and Larry Payeur.

  • Oct. 17, 2011 9:00 a.m.

Two candidates from Cultus Lake Park will be vying for votes from park electors next month.

Nominations in the Cultus Lake Park 2011 local elections closed Friday.

The two Cultus nominees who met the deadline are incumbent Charlotte Hall and Larry Payeur.

Out of the seven CLPB commissioner seats, two are elected separately by Cultus Lake Park residents, while five are elected by residents of Chilliwack in the Chilliwack elections. City of Chilliwack officials will hold the election for the five remaining commissioner seats, in conjunction with 2011 general local elections.

CLPB Commissioner nominees to be elected by Chilliwack electors included two incumbents Sacha Peter and Owen Skonberg, as well as Scott Allinott, Bob McCrea, Austin Ross, Malcolm Shanks, and Carlton Toews.

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