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Schieck seeks re-election as trustee

MAPLETON - Incumbent Upper Grand District School Board trustee Bruce Schieck has officially announced his intention to seek re-election.

Schieck, a Mapleton resident, has represented the township, as well as the Township of Wellington North and the Town of Minto on the board for over 20 years.

Schieck joins a growing list of candidates on the ballot in Mapleton.

Running for mayor in the township are incumbent councillors Jim Curry and Neil Driscoll.

Running for councillor are: Martin Tamlyn, Nadia Sommerville, Albert Rustedler, Angie Culp, Paul Douglas and Lori Woodham.

Incumbent county councillor John Green is again running for the position in Ward 2, which includes Mapleton.

The deadline for nominations for the Oct. 27 municipal election is Sept. 12.

 

August 1, 2014

 
 

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