William Lindsay acclaimed as School District 60 Zone 3 trustee

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Lindsay used to work at the Chief Administrative Officer for the District of Hudson’s Hope, he is a board member of the Hudson’s Hope Historical Society, and he is the board chair of the Hudson’s Hope Public Library. 

Sue Stark stepped down from the Zone 3 position in October 2013, and as it was before the New Year, finding a replacement was necessary. 

Lindsay will join fellow trustees Jaret Thompson, Ida Campbell, Linda Nielsen, Heather Hannaford, Darrell Pasichnyk, and Linda Stringer, while representing schools in Hudson’s Hope until the 2014 election in November.

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