BREAKING: Elections results from the City of Grand Forks

Grand Forks has a new mayor and council.

The results are in – here is the new City of Grand Forks local government.

The new City of Grand Forks mayor is:

Brian Taylor – 755

Everett Baker – 699

Gary Smith – 94

The new City of Grand Forks council is:

  • Rod Zielinski – 994
  • Neil Krog – 769
  • Chris Moslin –734
  • Zak Eburne-Stoodley – 715
  • Cathy Korolek – 683
  • Christine Thompson – 622
  • Chris Hammett – 588
  • Julia Butler – 554
  • Cher Wyers –534
  • Danna O’Donnell –494
  • Kyle Piper – 471
  • Stan Halluk – 359
  • Arnold Hoekstra – 241

There were 1,568 ballots cast in the City of Grand Forks. Information on total voter turnout to come.

The new Area D School District 51 trustee is:

Bronwen Bird –163

Valerie Rich – 115

Terry Strohmann – 103

Regional District of Kootenay Boundary board chair Roly Russell posted to Facebook late Saturday that initial results indicate the Boundary Integrated Watershed Service referendum was approved, with 1,535 votes in favour and 1,369 against.

These are unofficial results.

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