Salmo: 3 for mayor, 12 for council

Village of Salmo: Salmo residents will have three candidates to choose from for mayor and a field of 12 for council.

Salmo residents will have three candidates to choose from for mayor as well as a field of 12 for council.

Henry Huser, Dennis McLean, and Stephen White are running for mayor. Three-term incumbent Ann Henderson did not seek re-election.

For council, incumbents Merle Hanson, Janine Haughton, and Bob Vliet are seeking re-election.

The other candidates are Ken Anderson, Dan Danforth, Steven Dimock, Jonathon Heatlie, Dan Isaacs, Diana Lockwood, Jim Mullaly, Cathy Paton, and Curtis Richens.

Incumbent Jennifer Peel is not running again.

In 2011, Salmo’s entire council was acclaimed.

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