Candidates file nomination papers – six contenders so far

Two days into the nomination period for the October 20 municipal elections there are six people who have filed their papers at town hall.

Rosemary Doughty and Doug Pateman are seeking re-election as councillors and Jim Manion and Leona Guerster have submitted their nominations for mayor.

Neal Dangerfield, who works at Copper Mountain Mine, and Tyler Willis, a local real estate agent, are also running for council seats.

The nomination period ends September 14.

According to Princeton CAO Cheryl Martens, approximately 23 people attended a recent candidate training session for people interested in running.

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