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.


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