John Whaley Will Continue To Serve As Mayor For Leduc County

  • Oct. 30, 2014 4:00 p.m.

Pipestone Flyer

John Whaley will continue to serve as mayor for Leduc County.

During the Leduc County Organizational meeting last week, Division Two Councillor Clay Stumph nominated Whaley to serve for an eighth term as mayor. Whaley’s was the sole nomination and was carried unanimously.

“I am honoured to serve Leduc County for another term as mayor,” said Whaley. “Leduc County is a busy municipality. We are involved in our share of challenges, such as the City of Edmonton’s pro-posed annexations, and I am pleased that council continues to support my leadership as we work together through these issues.”

Whaley’s current term will expire October 2015.

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