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Central Coast
Regional District
Electoral Area 2011 Population 2006 Population Growth Area Sq. Km Directors
(All terms expire in December 2018)
Native Reserves inc. Area B 2010 1939 -15.1 28 Reginald Moody-Humchitt, Bella Bella
rmoody@ccrd-bc.ca
Area A 129 138 -6.5 19,825 Frank Johnson fjohnson@ccrd-bc.ca
Area C 588 556 5.8 3,975 Alison Sayers, Chair, Firvale   asayers@ccrd-bc.ca
Area D 384 421 -8.8 304 Richard Hall, Bella Coola
rhall@ccrd-bc.ca
Area E 95 135 -29.6 1.96 Samuel Schooner, Bella Coola
sschooner@ccrd-bc.ca
Total CCRD 3206 3189 0.5 24,492


Directors and Electoral Areas

Electoral Area A - Frank Johnson - Commonly referred to as the “Outer Coast,” Area A includes Ocean Falls, Denny Island and Oweekeno, and all points in between.  The boundary commences west of the Bella Coola town site and follows the regional district boundaries north almost to the First Nations community of Klemtu, and south past Rivers Inlet and Oweekeno, home of the Wuikinuxv First Nation.

Electoral Area B - Reginald Moody-Humchitt, Vice Chair - This area consists of seven square kilometres located on Campbell Island, also known as Bella Bella.  The Heiltsuk community is primarily comprised of First Nations residents.

Electoral Area C - Alison Sayers, Chair - Located in the eastern portion of the regional district, this area is situated at the upper end of the Bella Coola Valley and borders the Cariboo Regional District.

Electoral Area D - Richard Hall - Commencing in Hagensborg, this area runs from the Augsburg Church west to Tatsquan Creek.

Electoral Area E - Samuel Schooner - The Bella Coola town site consists of a small residential population and contains the majority of the commercial activity in the valley.

See “Communities” for more information, community profiles and community links.

Individual board members are assigned to help each committee or commission that is responsible to provide a service to the community and is usually composed of local volunteers, not on the board.  In addition, the Central Coast Regional District is also represented in other organizations by board members who participate in them.
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