Three new trustees for Langley school board

Three of seven trustees will be brand new to the Langley School Board.

Incumbents Alison McVeigh, Rod Ross, Megan Dykeman for the Township and the City’s Rob McFarlane were elected.

They will be joined by newcomers David Tod and Rosemary Wallace in the Township and Shelley Coburn in a City seat.

Township vote results and the candidates’ percentage of the votes

Lorraine, Baldwin, 6362, 9.19 per cent

Lawrence Chen, 2218, 3.2 per cent

Pamala-Rose Combs, 2398, 3.46 per cent

Megan Dykeman, 7810, 11.28 per cent

Trudy Handel, 3663, 5.29 per cent

Kristine Ketter, 4548, 6.57 per cent

Alison McVeigh, 8523, 12.31 per cent

Lisa Moore, 5070, 7.32 per cent

Suzanne Perrault, 5716, 8.26 per cent

Rod Ross, 8027, 11.59  per cent

David Tod, 7749, 11.19 per cent

Rosemary, Wallace, 7148, 10.32 per cent

City vote tally:

Robert McFarlane, 2182

Shelley Coburn, 2144

Candy Ashdown, 1728

The trustees will be sworn in at the Dec. 8 meeting and after that will decide who is the board chair and vice chair.

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