Board chair elected

Returning as Chair for another one-year term is Director Craig Anderson, Mayor of Gold River

The Board of Directors of the Strathcona Regional District elected its Chair and Vice Chair for 2012on Dec. 15.

Returning as Chair for another one-year term is Director Craig Anderson, Mayor of Gold River.

This will be Director Anderson’s fifth term as Chair of the Strathcona Regional District, aposition he has held since the regional district’s creation in early 2008. As Chair of the Board of Directors it will be his responsibility to act as the Chief Executive Officer for the Regional District including the management of monthly meetings of the Regional District Board. “I thank the Board for the confidence that they have placed in me and will do my utmost to reward that trust as we move forward with our strategic vision for the region,” Anderson said.

Director Mary Storry has taken the position of Vice Chair for 2012 from Jim Abram of Electoral Area C (Discovery Islands-Mainland Inlets).

“I appreciate the opportunity that the Board has provided for me to advance our strategic initiatives and to raise the profile of this organization within our region and at the provincial level” said Storry, a councillor for the City of Campbell River since 2005.

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