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Who on city council is planning to do what in October 24 municipal election

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With the provincial election behind us, attention can turn to the October 24th municipal election.

Here’s a  look at what members of the current Timmins council are planning.

Of course, there’s a vacancy in the top elected spot at City Hall, with George Pirie no longer mayor.  He’s being replaced in the interim by Deputy Mayor Kristin Murray.  She says she’s running for a second term as a councillor.

Of her fellow Ward 5 representatives, Andrew Marks says it’s too soon to decide or announce. Cory Robin says he’ll run to hold on to the seat. And Michelle Boileau says she’s running, but has to decide whether to run as a councillor or mayor.

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That’s the same decision facing the veteran councillor for East End Ward 4, John Curley.

On the opposite end of the city, Rock Whissell says he wants to return as Ward 1 councillor. And Ward 2 – South Porcupine councillor Mickey Auger wants to return.  Ward 3 Schumacher representative Joe Campbell isn’t ready to announce one way or the other.

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