Three new trustees elected to Greater Victoria board of education

Ann Whiteaker, Rob Paynter and Jordan Watters join nine-member board

  • Nov. 17, 2014 1:00 p.m.

The Greater Victoria board of education has three new trustees.

Ann Whiteaker, Rob Paynter and Jordan Watters were elected to the board at last Saturday’s civic election. Whiteaker topped the polls with 20,252 votes.

Paynter, Whiteaker and are joined on the nine-member board by incumbents Deborah Nohr, Peg Orcherton, Diane McNally, Elaine Leonard, Edith Loring-Kuhanga and Tom Ferris.

Orcherton is the current board chairman.

The new board will be sworn in Dec. 1.

 

 

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