Regional district welcomes new board of directors

RDN’s new group sworn in

The Regional District of Nanaimo’s new directors were sworn into office at its inaugural board meeting Nov. 13.

A total of 19 elected officials representing the RDN’s seven electoral areas and four municipalities took oaths of office and became its Board of Directors for a four-year term.

The RDN Board are:

Electoral Area A (South Wellington, Cassidy, Cedar) — Keith Wilson; Electoral Area B (Gabriola & Surrounding Islands) — Vanessa Craig; Electoral Area C (Extension, East Wellington, Pleasant Valley) — Maureen Young; Electoral Area E (Nanoose Bay) — Bob Rogers; Electoral Area F (Coombs, Hilliers, Errington) — Leanne Salter; Electoral Area G (Dashwood, Englishman River, French Creek) — Clarke Gourlay; Electoral Area H (Shaw Hill, Deep Bay, Bowser) — Stuart McLean; City of Parksville — Ed Mayne; City of Parksville — Adam Fras; Town of Qualicum Beach — Teunis Westbroek; District of Lantzville — Mark Swain; City of Nanaimo —Leonard Krog; City of Nanaimo — Sheryl Armstrong; City of Nanaimo — Don Bonner; City of Nanaimo — Tyler Brown; City of Nanaimo — Ben Geselbracht; City of Nanaimo — Erin Hemmens; City of Nanaimo — Ian Thorpe; City of Nanaimo — Jim Turley.

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