New councillors sworn in

Alicia Cormier and Ryan Windsor take their seats at Central Saanich’s council table

Councillor Ryan Windsor signs his name on the dotted line during the swearing in ceremony for him and Alicia Cormier (pictured in foreground) on Monday

Central Saanich’s two new councillors were sworn in at Monday night’s council meeting.

Alicia Cormier and Ryan Windsor were elected in April to fill the two vacant seats at the District of Central Saanich council table. On May 6, the two were sworn into their positions with the District by Judge J. Michael Hubbard who administered their oaths of office.

The pair, who had not served on Central Saanich council prior to the by-election, fill the two seats vacated by Adam Olsen (who left to run in the provincial election) and Terry Siklenka, who resigned last November after moving out of the country.

 

 

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