County appointments to committees, boards

County of Stettler council confirmed its appointments to committees and boards during its organizational meeting Oct. 20,

County of Stettler council confirmed its appointments to committees and boards during its organizational meeting Oct. 20,

Reeve Earl Marshall and Councillors Vic Carey, Blake Chapman, Joe Gendre, Dave Grover, Wayne Nixon and Les Stulberg were appointed to several committees.

• Agricultural Service Board – chair Gendre and all council, CAO Tim Fox.

• Municipal Planning Commission – chair Chapman and all council, CAO.

• Battle River Research Group – Grover.

• Battle River Watershed Alliance – Nixon (Chapman alternate).

• Biogas project – Gendre, Chapman, Marshall, (Nixon).

• Buffalo Lake Inter-municipal development plan committee – Gendre, (Nixon).

• Buffalo Lake management team – Nixon, (Gendre).

• Buffalo Lake wastewater committee – Gendre and Marshall.

• Canadian Badlands Ltd. – Stulberg,, CAO, economic development officer Shawna Benson.

• Central Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties – Marshall and Stulberg.

• Central Alberta Economic Partnership – Gendre and Marshall.

• Assessment review board – Carey, Chapman, Stulberg, (Gendre), CAO.

• Disaster services committee –Champman, Marshall, Nixon, Stulberg.

• Economic development committee – Gendre, Marshall.

• Health and safety committee – Grover, (Marshall).

• County of Stettler Housing Authority – Chapman, Stulberg, (Carey).

• Subdivision and development appeal board – (members at large to be appointed), CAO.

• Weed Control Act appeal board – (members at large to be appointed), CAO.

• Town and county fire commission – Carey, Nixon, (Marshall).

• Grievance committee – Carey, Grover, public works representative, assistant CAO Yvette Cassidy.

• Parkland Regional Library board – Gendre,

• Physician recruitment and retention committee – Gendre, Marshall.

• Bashaw RCMP community consultative group – Nixon.

• County of Stettler recreatioin – Carey and Stulberg.

• Red Deer River municipal users group – Grover.

• Red Deer River Watershed Alliance – Chapman,

• Regional partnership committee – Gendre.

• Shirley McClellan Regional Water Services Commission – Marshall, (Carey).

• Special areas board water supply project – Marshall, (Stulberg).

• Startland/Stettler Regional Water Services Commission – Grover, (Stulberg).

• Stettler airport board – Grover, (Chapman).

• Stettler and District Ambulance Association – Carey, Grover, (Chapman).

• Stettler and District Family and Community Support Services – Chapman, Stulberg, (Gendre).

• Community advisory board – Chapman, (Nixon).

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