Notice is hereby given to the owners of land within the Salt Spring Island Fire Protection District that nominations for four trustees will be received between:
9:00 A.M. 30th October 2020
and 4:00. P.M. 13th November 2020
During which period the nomination documents shall only be received during the office hours of Monday through Friday from 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. at the Ganges Fire Hall or arrangements may be made to file nomination documents by phoning Anthony Kennedy, Returning Officer at (250) 537-8815.
Of four Trustee positions which will commence at the close of the 2020 Annual General meeting to be held on Monday December 14 2020: two positions are for a three year term ending at the close of the Annual General Meeting held in 2023; one position is for a two year term ending at the close of the Annual General Meeting held in 2022; and one position is for a one year term ending at the close of the Annual General Meeting held in 2021. The length of terms for those elected will be determined according to the number of votes received with the higher receiving the longer terms.
The Election will be held exclusively by mail-in ballot. Ballots will be mailed to registered voters or may be obtained from the office of the Ganges Fire Hall beginning on Friday, 27 November, 2020. Ballots will be received by mail or delivered in person addressed to the Returning Officer at the Ganges Fire Hall. Election results will be announced at the Annual General Meeting noted above. Candidates shall be nominated by two duly qualified electors of the Salt Spring Island Fire Protection District. Nomination forms may be obtained at the Ganges Fire Hall or from Anthony A. Kennedy, Returning Officer (250) 537-8815
Those persons eligible to vote at this election will have the following qualifications:
- Be a Canadian Citizen
- Be eighteen years of age or older
- Be a resident in the Province of British Columbia for at least six months prior
to this election
- Be an owner of land within the boundaries of the Salt Spring Island Fire
- One vote is also allowed for each board or corporation that owns land within
the Fire Protection District. The Board or Corporation must designate one
person in writing to act as an authorized agent to vote on its behalf.
If more than one person is registered on title as owner of land, then those owners may vote providing they meet the qualifications set out above. Such persons must be listed on the register of eligible voters or present documents indicating their ownership. No persons may vote more than once with the exception that they may vote as an authorized agent and personally if they own land on a personal basis.
Dated at Ganges,
This 21st October 2020
Returning Officer B.C. Anthony A. Kennedy
Download the Nomination Paper 2020 OCTOBER