Town Council Meeting, Oct. 27th - Swearing in of New Council
Published: Thursday, 22 October 2020 09:51
The meeting scheduled for October 27th, 2020 will be a procedural meeting in Chambers to swear in the new Council only. The meeting will be closed to anyone who is not on Council to comply with the Department of Health Guidelines surrounding COVID. Regular meetings with Public Input will resume at the November Committee Of Whole Meeting via Zoom.
UNOFFICIAL RESULTS OF THE TOWN OF WOLFVILLE MUNICIPAL ELECTION
Published: Saturday, 17 October 2020 20:38
HERE ARE THE RESULTS OF THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION 2020 FOR THE TOWN OF WOLFVILLE:
Wendy DONOVAN - 1129
Carl OLDHAM - 996
Mercedes BRIAN - 828
Mike BUTLER - 1308
Wendy ELLIOTT - 1235
Simon GREENOUGH - 602
Jennifer INGHAM - 1216
Jodi MACKAY - 1205
Isabel MADEIRA-VOSS - 986
Oonagh PROUDFOOT - 995
Suzanne STEWART - 811
Nicholas Ken Jin TAN - 490
Margaret WITNEY - 214
2012 - 37.29% voter participation
2016 - 31.7% voter participation
2020 - 48% voter participation - Thank you, Wolfville!
Vote by Paper Ballot - Oct 17th - Lions Hall
Published: Friday, 16 October 2020 10:34
As of 10 am today, Friday October 16th 37.2% of Wolfville electors have so far voted via the internet or the telephone.
Internet and telephone voting ENDS at 8 pm today, Friday October 16th!
Tomorrow, Saturday October 17th, is regular polling day and electors can visit the Lions Hall between 8 am and 7 pm to vote using a paper ballot - please wear a mask and physical distancing will apply.
The unofficial results of the Wolfville Municipal Election will be on our website once counting has been completed tomorrow evening, Oct 17th. Keep on voting, Wolfville!
Instructions on Voter Information Letters
Published: Wednesday, 14 October 2020 16:31
It has come to the Town of Wolfville’s attention that there is wording in the Town’s Voter Information Letter for the current municipal election that says ‘COUNCILLORS Vote for SIX of the following:’. This is misleading. The wording should be ‘COUNCILLORS Vote for up to SIX of the following:’ An elector is not required to vote for a total of six councillors and can vote for fewer if they choose.
The instructions are clear and correct on the internet voting site - once an elector visits the site to cast their vote, it states: ‘Please select no more than SIX of the following:’ on the screen. The same message is included in the recorded message for anyone using telephone voting.
Teen Music Workshop Series
Published: Wednesday, 14 October 2020 14:57
Weekly music workshop for youth ages 12-18, starting Tuesday, November 3rd.
Click Here for Details.