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PRIMO PLANNER: Parksville Mayor Chris Burger presented the city’s manager of current planning Keeva Kehler with a provincial certificate in Local Government Service Delivery from the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development at Monday’s regular council meeting. The certificate is in recognition of Kehler’s education and work experience in local government. Only 25 local government certificates are awarded a year on average across the province. - Auren Ruvinsky photo
PRIMO PLANNER: Parksville Mayor Chris Burger presented the city’s manager of current planning Keeva Kehler with a provincial certificate in Local Government Service Delivery from the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development at Monday’s regular council meeting. The certificate is in recognition of Kehler’s education and work experience in local government. Only 25 local government certificates are awarded a year on average across the province.
— image credit: Auren Ruvinsky photo

PRIMO PLANNER: Parksville Mayor Chris Burger presented the city’s manager of current planning Keeva Kehler with a provincial certificate in Local Government Service Delivery from the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development at Monday’s regular council meeting. The certificate is in recognition of Kehler’s education and work experience in local government. Only 25 local government certificates are awarded a year on average across the province.

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