The Cariboo Regional District (CRD) has a new representative on the North Central Local Government Association (NCLGA) board.
Area E CRD director Angie Delainey will represent the region on the board, replacing Area C director John Massier.
Delainey won’t be the only CRD director on the NCLGA board, as Area D director Steve Forseth has been acclaimed as first vice-president. Forseth was the second vice-president in 2020/2021.
The board, made up of governmental representatives from around the region, will also have a new president. Cori Ramsay, a councillor in Prince George and former NCLGA vice-president will take over the role.
“My focus as president will be to work with the board and members to advocate for solutions to issues and opportunities identified in the 2021 NCLGA resolutions,” Ramsay said.
“The 2021 convention provided an opportunity for members to learn about and discuss several important topics including COVID-19 recovery, improved access to health services in NCLGA communities, affordable housing and homelessness, and resilient resource industries.”
Williams Lake Coun. Sheila Boehm is also taking over from Forseth as the second vice-president.
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