2021 Municipal Elections
Nomination Day is appointed via a bylaw. At this time it is expected to be September 17th 2021. Election Day in Alberta is October 18th 2021.
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Mayor Sosnowski resigns
After nearly twenty years, Mayor Ed Sosnowski has resigned from his position as Mayor effective August 25th 2020. The Mayor and his wife Flo are relocating to a new residence in St. Paul Alberta. The Alberta Municipal Government ACT (MGA) stipulates that an elected official must resign from their position when they cease to be a resident in their municipality.
Mayor Sosnowski served the Village of Myrnam residents faithfully and with dignity since his election in 2001. Through many changes in local, provincial and federal governments, he always was a strong advocate for Myrnam and will be sorely missed by all Village staff and Council. We sincerely wish Ed and Flo well in their new life apart from the Village of Myrnam and their many friends.
NOTICE OF ACCLAMATION
Nomination Day for the byelection scheduled for November 18th 2020, for the Office for Councillor in the Village of Myrnam was October 14th, 2020. Nominations could be received between the hours of 10:a.m. and 12:00 noon.
One nomination was received for the available office of Councilor. As such, when the number of nominations equal the number of offices available, the nominee (s) is deemed to be acclaimed (elected) to the available office (s).
No byelection is therefore required.
|Office – Councilor||Number of vacancies – 1|
|Nominations Received (1)
|Kurt Douglas Ewanec||Acclaimed – (Elected)
LOCAL JURISDICTION OFFICE:
VILLAGE OF MYRNAM 5007 50TH STREET MYRNAM, AB T0B 3K0
DATED AT THE VILLAGE OF MYRNAM IN THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA, THIS 15TH DAY OF OCTOBER, 2020.
GARY DUPUIS, RETURNING OFFICER