Councillor Hay seeks re-election

County of Wetaskiwin Division 1 councillor Pearl Hay will be running for re-election in the 2017 municipal election.

Councilor Pearl Hay

County of Wetaskiwin Division 1 councillor Pearl Hay will be running for re-election in the 2017 municipal election.

In the April 20 edition of the Pipestone Flyer Hay is quoted as undecided in her intentions for the election. She announced her decision in writing to the Pipestone Flyer on April 21.

“I will be seeking re-election for another term. Although this was my first term I believe with the knowledge I’ve obtained I can serve the residents for another term and do it well,” said Hay.

“During the past term many projects were accomplished and more more can de done. I would appreciate the opportunity to work with the excellent staff at the county and council for another term,” she added.

The 2017 municipal election will take place October 16.

 

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