Recent History – 2002
December 4, 2002
POUCE COUPE — Pouce Coupe’s village council was sworn in and featured a few new faces Monday evening.
The village’s new council consists of three new faces — Couns. Lyman Clark, Sandy Hull and Bernie Steward. They join Coun. Peter Kut and Mayor Doyle McNabb, who previously sat as a councillor.
The first order of business for the new council after they were sworn in Monday was to thank outgoing Mayor Jill Wonnacott for her work in the village. Wonnacott was at the council meeting in part to finish off some unfinished business with the old council. The old village council approved a purchase order to construct poles for lighting at the multipurpose rink, which will cost $4,011.15 including the cost of installing a meter there.
Council portfolios for 2003 were also assigned. They are as follows:
Doyle McNabb: Public Works, Finance and Personnel, Peace River Regional District Director, Community Policing.
Lyman Clark: Special Events, Beautification, Municipal Insurance Association, Chamber of Commerce, Liaison to Care Home and Haven Auxiliaries.
Sandy Hull: Animal Control, Library, Parks/Playgrounds, Recreation and Healthy Communities, Finance and Personnel.
Peter Kut: Museum/Tourism, Fire Department, Solid Waste, Alternate Regional District Director, NRAHTA, Liaison to Senior Citizens Organization, Village Security.
Bernie Steward: Cemetery, Municipal Emergency Program, Zoning, Community Planning, Utilities.
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