Kimberley’s city council will consist of four newcomers and two incumbents after Saturday night’s election.
Sue Cairns (72.6 per cent), Steven Royer (55.4 per cent), Woody Maguire (50.8 per cent) and Kevin Dunnebacke (47.7 per cent) will make up council’s newest members.
Meanwhile, both incumbents who ran for their seats, Jason McBain (72.6 per cent) and Sandra Roberts (64.1 per cent), will be returning.
“We’ll definitely have some stability and experience as we move into the term,” said Mayor Don McCormick. “The slate of new people who were running this year was really, really strong. I’m excited to be working with the new folks.”
McCormick, who won the election by acclimation, is glad to see so many new people on city council.
“It’s always nice to get new blood and new ideas and fresh energy coming in, and I think we’re going to have an awesome term,” said McCormick.