Fort St. James Councillor sworn in

Judy Greenaway, the newest member to join the District Council of Fort St. James was sworn into her new position at a council meeting.

  • Jan. 18, 2017 5:00 p.m.

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

Judy Greenaway, the newest member to join the District Council of Fort St. James was sworn into her new position at a council meeting on Jan. 11.

She is all set to begin her two-year term as councillor after winning the elected position on Dec. 10.

Councillor Greenaway is thrilled about her new role, remains passionate about her hometown and looks forward to bringing many of her ideas to the table.

The District Council of Fort St. James offered Greenaway a warm welcome as she took part in her first official meeting as councillor.

“On behalf of council and the community, we welcome you,” said Fort St. James Mayor, Rob MacDougall.

“You have done tireless work as a volunteer here in the community and we know you will bring that same effort here.”

 

 

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