County of Wetaskiwin 2017/18 boards and committees appointments

County of Wetaskiwin 2017/18 boards and committees appointments

Kathy Rooyakkers re-appointed county reeve

The newly elected County of Wetaskiwin councillors held their organizational meeting Oct. 24 to appoint councillors to the reeve and deputy reeve positions, as well the various board representative positions. The organizational meeting is held annually in October.

Reeve: Kathy Rooyakkers

Deputy Reeve: Terry Van de Kraats

Agricultural Service Board Committee: Bill Krahn, Josh Bishop, Lyle Seely, Terry Van de Kraats

Alternative Land Use Services (ALUS) Partnership Advisory Committee (PAC): Josh Bishop

Battle Lake Wastershed Synergy Group (Division 6 area): Dale Woitt

County Library Board: Dale Woitt, Bill Krahn,

County of Wetaskiwin School Committee: Kathy Rooyakkers, Bill Krahn, Josh Bishop

Friends of Reynolds-Alberta Museum: Ken Adair

I.U.O.E. Negotiations Committee: Lyle Seely, Terry Van de Kraats, Josh Bishop

Land Use By-law/Municipal Development Plan Review Committee: Kathy Rooyakkers, Terry Van de Kraats, Dale Woitt

Local Assessment Review Board (LARB): Ken Adair, Josh Bishop, Lyle Seely

North Saskatchewan Headwaters Municipal Partnership Committee: Lyle Seely

Peaceful Valley Advisory Committee: Kathy Rooyakkers

Pe Sakastew Centre – Citizen’s Advisory Committee: Terry Van de Kraats

Pigeon Lake Regional Wastewater Planning Committee: Ken Adair

Pigeon Lake Watershed Management Plan Steering Committee: Kathy Rooyakkers

Friends of the Reynolds-Alberta Museum Society Board: Ken Adair

West Central Planning Agency (board representation): Lyle Seely, Kathy Rooyakkers (alternate)

Wizard Lake Boating Advisory Committee: Ken Adair

Wizard Lake Watershed Association – Working Group: Josh Bishop

Yellowhead Regional Library Board: Dale Woitt, Bill Krahn (alternate)

Emergency Advisory Committee: Josh Bishop, Ken Adair

Health and Safety Committee: Ken Adair, Terry Van de Kraats

Road Protection Committee: Kathy Rooyakkers

Zone 1 and 5 Recreation Committee:Zone 1: Bill Krahn, Terry Van de Kraats, Dale Woitt. Zone 5: Terry Van de Kraats, Dale Woitt, Josh Bishop

Central Alberta Economic Partnership: Lyle Seely, Kathy Rooyakkers

Northeast Pigeon Lake Regional Services Commission: Dale Woitt

Pigeon Lake Chamber of Commerce: Ken Adair

Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework (ICF) and Intermunicipal Development Plan (IDP) Intermunicipal Committees: Kathy Rooyakkers, Lyle Seely, Bill Krahn

Intermunicipal Development Plan with SV’s Crystal Springs, Grandview, Poplar Bay and Norris Beach: Kathy Rooyakkers, Ken Adair

West Dried Meat Lake Regional Solid Waste Authority: Terry Van de Kraats, Bill Krahn

Wetaskiwin and Area Lodge Authority: Kathy Rooyakkers, Ken Adair, Bill Krahn

Wetaskiwin Co-operative Seed Cleaning Plant: Bill Krahn, Terry Van de Kraats (alternate)

Wetaskiwin and District Chamber of Commerce: Dale Woitt

Ad Hoc-5 Council Collaboration Committee: Dale Woitt

Composite Assessment Review Board: Josh Bishop, Kathy Rooyakkers

Joint City/County Meetings: Kathy Rooyakkers, Ken Adair, Terry Van de Kraats

Joint County/Town of Millet Committee: Josh Bishop, Terry Van de Kraats

Joint Economic Development Initiative (JEDI): Kathy Rooyakkers, Terry Van de Kraats

Agriplex Operating Committee: Terry Van de Kraats

Wetaskiwin Community Transportation Society: Terry Van de Kraats, Bill Krahn

Fire Guardians: all of council

During the organizational meeting councillors also approved a change of meeting times come the new year.

For the remainder of 2017 dates of meetings are at 10 a.m., unless otherwise notified. Effective Jan. 1, 2018, all meetings will begin at 9 a.m.

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