RE-ELECTED - Division 4 Councillor Paula Law will resume the reeve’s chair for a third one-year term. Law took her Oath of Office from County Corporate Services Manager Tim Timmons during the annual organizational meeting last month

Lacombe County council re-elects reeve and deputy reeve for 2016

Lacombe County council re-elected Division 4 Councillor Paula Law as Reeve

  • Nov. 5, 2015 4:00 p.m.

Lacombe County council re-elected Division 4 Councillor Paula Law as Reeve at the annual organizational meeting held on Oct. 28th.

Councillor Law assumed the reeve’s chair for a third one-year term after taking her Oath of Office from Lacombe County Corporate Services Manager Tim Timmons. She expressed thanks to council for their continued support and pledged to perform her duties to the best of her ability.

“Once again, I thank my fellow councillors for their trust and confidence in electing me to the position of reeve for a third term,” said Law. “I look forward to my continuing responsibilities as reeve and commit to working together for all of Lacombe County to maintain the high standards we all expect.”

Division 2 Councillor Brenda Knight was also re-elected as deputy reeve for another two-year term.


Just Posted

New Lacombe Lodge, Parkview Manor priorities for Lacombe Foundation

Lacombe Foundation conducting public consultations to be shovel-ready

LRWSC appoints new Commission Manager

ay Hohn has been with the LRWSC for the past two years as an Operator and Safety Coordinator.

Wolf Creek Schools superintendent receives contract extension

Jayson Lovell will continue to serve as superintendent through 2024

Lacombe outdoor ice surfaces closed for the season

Pet owners are advised to keep their pets away from pond surfaces

Highlights of the Blackfalds regular council meeting – March 12, 2019

The next Regular Council Meeting will be on March 26th, 2018

WATCH: ‘Napalm Girl’ discusses journey from hatred to forgiveness in Lacombe

Burman University’s Herr Lecture Series welcomed Kim Phuc Phan Thi to Lacombe

Trudeau fills vacancy in cabinet with B.C. MP Joyce Murray

Murray, 64, was elected in 2008 and served previously as a minister in B.C.’s provincial government

Gunman kills 3 on Dutch tram; mayor says terror likely

Utrecht police release photo of 37-year-old man born in Turkey who is ‘associated with the incident’

Facebook announces changes to political advertising to meet new federal rules

Bill C-76 bans the use of money from foreign entities to conduct partisan campaigns

Travel expected to be slowed by fallout from fire at Toronto’s Pearson airport

All U.S.-bound flights from Terminal 1 were cancelled Sunday night after the fire broke out near a security checkpoint

Boston Bruins alumni team lends helping hand to raise money for two Red Deer charities

Fundraising goal for Sunday’s game between Bruins alumni team and Red Deer Community HOPE Stars is $60,000

UBC study shows honey bees can help monitor pollution in cities

Scientists analyzed beehives in high density urban areas to those off on Galiano Island

Most Read