ELECTION 2014: Interim results show Mel Dorey returning as Area G director

Cowichan valley Regional District: Unofficial results show incumbent Mel Dorey returning as director for Area G (Saltair/Gulf Islands).

Unofficial interim results show incumbent Mel Dorey retaining his position as area director for Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD) Area G (Saltair/Gulf Islands) after the Nov. 15 election.

Preliminary results show Dorey received 367 votes, while Tom Hockin received 234 votes, and John Sherry received 75 votes. The CVRD has not reported advance voting and mail voting numbers in these totals.

In the Cowichan Sportsplex referendum, preliminary results show 458 people voted no, and 168 people voted yes.

Unofficial results show the referendum failed in Area H (North Oyster/Diamond) as well, where 300 people voted no, and 64 people voted yes.

In Area, Mary Marcotte was acclaimed as area director.

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