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2019 LSRCA board of directors

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Jan 29th, 2019
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Ramara Mayor Basil Clarke

Ramara Mayor Basil Clark: His council did not appoint a representative

​From the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority website:

To maintain and improve our watershed, the municipalities within our partnership appoint members to serve on the Conservation Authority’s Board of Directors. The Board of Directors reviews conservation projects managed by the Conservation Authority and funded by a variety of partners (our municipalities, our school boards, our community and interest groups, the Province of Ontario and the federal government). The Board also reviews conservation area programming as well as planning and regulatory activities under The Conservation Authorities Act.

AGM report

City of Barrie ​Councillor Natalie Harris
​City of Barrie ​Councillor Clare Riepma
​City of Kawartha Lakes ​Councillor Emmett Yeo
​Durham Region (Br​ock) ​Mayor Debbie Bath-Hadden
​Durham Region (Scugog) Mayor Bobbie Drew
​Durham Region (Uxbridge) ​Mayor Dave Barton
​Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury ​Councillor Peter Ferragine
​​Town of Innisfil Councillor Alex Waters
​Town of New Tecumseth ​Councillor Shira Harrison-McIntyre
Township of Oro-Medonte ​​Councillor Scott Macpherson (Vice Chair)
​Township of Ramara ​No representative appointed
​​York Region (at large) Regional Chairman Wayne Emmerson (Chair)
​York Region (Aurora) ​​Councillor Wendy Gaertner
​York Region (East Gwillimbury) ​Mayor Virginia Hackson
​York Region (Georgina) ​Mayor Margaret Quirk
​York Region (King) Councillor Avia Eek
​York Region (Newmarket) ​Regional ​Councillor Tom Vegh
York Region (Whitchurch-Stouffville) ​Councillor Ken Ferdinands

2 Responses to “2019 LSRCA board of directors”

  1. Barbara Sternberg says:

    As a citizen and tax-payer of Ramara, I am disturbed and ashamed at the lack of participation by Ramara Township.

  2. Brenda Larson says:

    I am a resident and taxpayer of Ramara Township and cannot understand why our Mayor would not appoint a representative. This is embarrassing. With Ramara township bordering on a large area of Lake Simcoe we need to preserve the health if the lake so future generations can enjoy it too.

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