NewsVideo Municipal Election Nominations Open for One More Week SHARE ON: Mackenzie Read, contributor, Tuesday, Jul. 17th, 2018 Timmins is one week away from the municipal election nomination period closing without enough people running. Currently there is no one on the nomination list for Ward Three. Here is a full list of the current nominations: John Curley – Ward 4 Councillor Pat Bamford – Ward 4 Councillor Jessica Trudel – Ward 4 Councillor Rock Whissell – Ward 1 Councillor Veronica Farrell – Ward 1 Councillor Alex Szczenbonski- Ward 5 Councillor Cory Robin – Ward 5 Councillor Jason Sereda – Ward 5 Councillor John Ivanovs – Ward 5 Councillor John Roy – Ward 5 Councillor Walter Wawrzaszek – Ward 2 Councillor Bob Brush – EP Trustee Colleen Landers – ES Trustee Liliane Francis – FP Trustee Nicole Arcand – FP Trustee Langis Dion – FS Trustee Ron Macinnis – ES Trustee David Bernotas – FP Trustee Denis Belanger – FS Trustee Paul St-Jean – FS Trustee Steve Black – Mayor Mickey Auger – Mayor Daniel Fortier – Mayor City Clerk Steph Palmateer says if no one puts in a nomination by the deadline on July 27th, the nomination period for that ward would be extended for one day on August 1st. Palmateer says if again no one puts their name in, the position will stay empty for a few months. //www.mytimminsnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/nominations-1.mp3 Palmateer says the decision to hold a by-election or nominate someone to the position would be made by the new council that will officially be named in December. //www.mytimminsnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/nominations-2.mp3 Palmateer says there is also only one person currently running for Ward two. He says if things stay like this by the end on of the nomination period, there will be no election for that Ward and the nominee will automatically be named councillor. This year’s municipal election is scheduled for October 22nd.