New EDO sworn in

The new Economic Development Officer took her oath of office at Wednesday’s council meeting.

Emily Colombo, a recent import from Ontario, will be taking on the role recently vacated by Deb Hadwen.

The new Economic Development Officer took her oath of office at Wednesday’s council meeting.

Emily Colombo, a recent import from Ontario, will be taking on the role recently vacated by Deb Hadwen.

Colombo hails from Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.

Mayor Sandra Harwood congratulated the new district employee with the words “welcome to the family.”

Jeffrey Lovell also finally took his oath of office after over a year in his position. While in an acting position, Lovell had not had to swear in earlier, but with the new EDO taking her oath, it was thought it would be fair to include him in the swearing in.

 

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