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Parksville councillors given responsibilities

Each councillor was appointed to voting roles on a number of city committees and commissions and as liaison with other boards and organizations.

Burger will sit on the Englishman River Water Service Management Board, Municipal Insurance Association of BC and as liaison with the Communities in Bloom Committee, Mount Arrowsmith Biosphere Reserve and Parksville Garden and Parkland Society.

Morrison was appointed to the District 69 Recreation Commission, Advisory Planning Commission and Parksville Downtown Business Association.

Neufeld will sit on the Oceanside Community Arts Council, Oceanside Tourism Association and Parksville and District Historical Society.

Re-elected councillor Al Greir will sit on the Oceanside Development and Construction Association, Beach Festival Society, and German Jujutsu Ripple Effect Program.

Marc Lefebvre was appointed to the Arrowsmith Water Service Management Board, Englishman River Water Service Management Board, RDN Board and the Healthy Aging Initiative Committee.

Sue Powell will sit on the Vancouver Island Regional Library Board, Chamber of Commerce and Oceanside Task Force on Homelessness.

 

Carrie Powell-Davidson will sit on the Old Age Pensioners Association, Nature Trust Brant Festival and Parksville Community & Conference Centre Society.

 

 

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