Terry Miller is Rossland's newest Council member

Sara Golling
By Sara Golling
November 29th, 2020

The unofficial results of the Rossland by-election to fill one vacant Council seat indicate that Terry Miller received 600 votes, and that Fletcher Quince received 213 votes.

The unofficial results are subject to determination of official election results by the Chief Election Officer.

Now that Rossland City Council has its full complement of seven members, some contentious undecided issues  can be resolved — such as whether to require chicken coops to be guarded by electric fences, or simply to make it a strong recommendation.

Congratulations to Councillor-elect Miller, and thanks to Fletcher Quince for demonstrating a strong interest in Rossland’s civic well-being.  And thanks to each and every voter who came out to decide the contest between the two candidates.  

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