City councillors divide the work

City council members have been assigned their roles for the upcoming three-year term.

City council members have been assigned their roles for the upcoming three-year term. The deputy mayoral position will be rotated among the six councillors throughout the three-year term of office. The six-month rotation begins with Coun. Marg Kentel until May 31, 2012, when it will move to Coun. Chad Eliason, followed by Coun. Debbie Cannon, Coun. Ken Jamieson, Coun. Denise Reimer, and Coun. Alan Harrison.

Other notable committee appointments include Cannon for the Downtown Salmon Arm; Eliason for the Chamber of Commerce, Airport Commission and Shuswap Recreation Society; Harrison for the Heritage Commission  and Downtown Activity Centre; Kentel for the Environmental Advisory Committee and Economic Development Society; and Reimer for the Economic Development Society and the Downtown Parking Commission.


Cooper will represent the city for the Okanagan Regional Library.



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