Houston, we have lift off: Incumbent mayor seeks fourth term

Monday, September 11, 2017

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Spruce Grove’s incumbent mayor has officially entered the 2017 municipal election.

Stuart Houston is seeking his fourth term as mayor and hopes to add to his 16 years of municipal service in Spruce Grove. He said he is not ready to step down quite yet, especially with lots left to accomplish on his personal checklist.

“The part that I love the best is having an ability to be a positive influence within the community,” Houston said. “If re-elected, I’m going to…

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