No races yet for director positions on Regional District Okanagan-Similkameen

All areas have candidates except Area F (West Bench)

There’s a candidate for every area except Area F (West Bench).

As of 1 p.m. Tuesday nomination papers had been filed for eight of the nine Regional District Okanagan-Similkameen areas.

At the time of this post there was only one candidate for each area so no races have yet been announced. Prospective candidates have until Friday to file their nomination papers.

Areas with candidates:

Area A (Osoyoos Rural)

Incumbent Mark Pendergraft

Area B (Cawston)

Incumbent George Bush

Area C (Oliver Rural)

Rick Knodel

Area D (OK Falls/Skaha Estates)

Bill Schwarz

Area E (Naramata)

Incumbent Karla Kozakevich

Area G (Keremeos Rural/ Hedley)

Manpreet Uppal

Area H (Princeton Rural)

Bob Coyne

Area I (Kaleden/Twin Lakes/St. Andrews/Skaha West)

Subrina Monteith

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