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Municipal Elections 2018
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The next general local elections will be held on Saturday, October 20, 2018

Anmore all candidates meeting - Municipal Elections 2018 (04-09-18)
Thank you to Geoff Scott and Tricities Community Television Society.
To view the Youtube video of the meeting Click Here



Candidates in the Upcoming Municipal Elections for Port Moody with Anmore Connections

Nancy Owens
Nancy Owens
former Anmore Financial Officer Sharleen Karamanian
former Anmore Financial Officer Sharleen Karamanian
former Anmore Councillor Ryan Froese
former Anmore Councillor Ryan Froese
Dogwood Drive resident Shaunda Moore
Dogwood Drive resident Shaunda Moore
Former Anmore Financial Officer Sharleen Karamanian runs for Port Moody Council. Shaunda Moore, Nancy Owens, and former Anmore Councillor Ryan Froese stand for Port Moody School District 43 Board of Education Trustee position Click Here
 

"Moving Forward Together!"
An Election Message to Anmore residents from Incumbent Mayor John McEwen (30-09-18) Click Here

2018 GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTION
The next civic election will be held on Saturday, October 20, 2018, where eligible voters will be voting for one (1) Mayor, four (4) Councillors and (1) School Trustee (Anmore-Belcarra) for a four-year term (2018-2022).

Nomination Packages received by the close of nomination [4:00 p.m. September 14, 2018] are shown below in alpha order by surname.

Office of Mayor
  • Coutts, Glen (Challenger)
  •  *McEwen, John (Incumbent)

Office of Councillor (Acclamation)
1. Krier, Polly
2. Laidler, Timothy
3. *Trowbridge, Kim
4. *Weverink, Paul

Office of School Trustee
  • *Palmer Isaak, Kerri (Acclaimed)

A Message from Mayor John McEwen (04-09-18) Click Here

Polly Krier tosses her hat into the ring for Anmore Council (24-07-18)
Anmore - Polly Krier, announces she is running for election to Anmore Village Council in the municipal elections this October.
“I care deeply and passionately about my community,” she said. “I consider serving on the council not as politics, but as public service. I will do everything I can to contribute to preserving all that is great about Anmore, and to making it an even better place to live."

“This is an important time for the village and I believe the strength of our community is crucial to our future.  As a small business owner, I also want to ensure Anmore stays on the path of financial stability” she said. "I’d also like to see more local events to bring us even closer together as a community."

Krier runs her own event management company and has coordinated a wide variety of non-profit, corporate and private events throughout the Tri-Cities and the Lower Mainland since 2007.  Through the diversity of the clients she has served, Polly has demonstrated a balanced and well-rounded approach in dealing with issues.  “I look forward to being an independent voice on the council.  I am committed to representing our entire village, including our youth, our seniors, our long-term residents and our new residents.”


Tim Laidler Running for Anmore Council  (03-07-18)
 
Tim Laidler, a long-time resident of Anmore is running for election to Anmore Village Council in municipal elections this October.
 
“Anmore is undergoing change and I want to ensure that seniors like me have their voices heard,” said Laidler. “It’s important to me that Anmore enact and enforce strong by-laws to manage our community. With my law enforcement background, I can play an effective role in that objective”.
 
Laidler is a former police officer and served on Anmore council in 2006.

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