MUNICIPIAL PARTNERS - City of Lacombe Mayor Steve Christie met with newly elected MLA Ron Orr last Friday.

Lacombe mayor meets new MLA

City of Lacombe Mayor Steve Christie met with Ron Orr, newly elected Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta (MLA) for Lacombe-Ponoka

  • May. 14, 2015 6:00 p.m.

The City of Lacombe Mayor Steve Christie met with Ron Orr, newly elected Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta (MLA) for Lacombe-Ponoka (Wildrose) last Friday to congratulate him on his recent election victory and to bring him up to speed on local matters.

“I want to pass on my sincere congratulations to our MLA-elect Ron Orr and I look forward to working with him to make Lacombe the best place to live in Alberta,” said Mayor Steve Christie. “In the coming days, I am confident we will bring each other up to date on shared priorities and how we can work together for the benefit of our constituents.”

Elections Alberta will make the results of the 2015 Alberta provincial election official on Maya 15 and the MLAs will be sworn in shortly after.

“I look forward to having a good discussion with Mayor Christie and with other municipal leaders in the Lacombe-Ponoka constituency to see how we can partner together in helpful ways to serve our citizens,” said Orr.



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