• MRHS debate team to co-host candidates' forum in Middleton Sept. 29



    Residents of Middleton will have the chance to meet their candidates for town council Sept. 29.


    The Middleton Regional High School's debate team is partnering with the Annapolis Valley Register to host an all-candidates' forum featuring council hopefuls in the Town of Middleton.

    The moderated event will take place in the school's band room, off of the main entrance, from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Candidates will have an opportunity to mingle with the public during a meet and greet period from 6:30 p.m to 7 p.m.

    Eleven candidates are seeking election to Middleton's seven-member town council. The lineup of prospective councillors includes incumbents Darren Boates, Melinda den Haan and Gail Smith as well as Michael Fairn, Mark MacFadyen, Clayton MacMurtry, Gary Marshall, Brad Reid and Philip Townsend.

    With Mayor Calvin Eddy retiring after holding the position for 16 years, there's a two-way race for mayor. Deputy Mayor Dan Smith and Sylvester Atkinson, a former mayor of Middleton, are vying for votes to earn the top spot on council.

    Members of the public attending the debate can submit written questions for the moderator's consideration prior to the question and answer session beginning at 7 p.m. The number of questions asked will depend on the time.

    Middleton Regional High School has graciously agreed to co-host the event for the benefit of the students and community.

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    Middleton residents will have plenty of chances to vote in the municipal election, with advance polls beginning Oct. 6 and the ordinary polling day slated for Oct. 15 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Middleton Fire Hall.

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