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Council Notes from the Regular Council Meeting of Monday, October 30, 2017;

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Council Notes
Drumheller Town Council
Organiztional Meeting
Monday, October 30, 2017

On Monday, October 30, the annual Organizational Meeting commenced at Town Hall.
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Mr. Colin Kloot sworn in Mayor Heather Colberg and councillors Kristyne De Mott, Jay Garbutt, Lisa Hansen-Zacharuk, Tony Lacher, Fred Makowecki, and Tom Zariski as new council for Drumheller.
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Once everyone was sworn in, Mr. Terry Yemen passed the chain of office to Heather Colberg as a symbol of mayorship.
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Lisa Hansen-Zacharuk was sworn in by Mr. Kloot to become Deputy Mayor for the months of November and December.
Colberg made opening remarks about her new leadership and a bright path for Drumheller.
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A seating change was arranged where councillors were placed on one side of the room and administration on the other to create a more open space and warrant transparent communication between council and the public.
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Presentations and gifts were handed to former Mayor Terry Yemen and councillors Patrick Kolafa, Tara McMillian, and Sharel Shoff by Mayor Colberg.
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Appointments were made to different boards and commissions by volunteers who had previously showed interest and signed up.
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All three spots were filled by Clayton Gillis, Shelly Rymal, and Stacey Gallagher for the Municipal Planning Commission.
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For the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board, three spots were taken care of by Keith Hodgson, Karen Bertamini, and Eileen Lefley.
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Patrick and Katherine Bonnyville filled the two positions needed for the Drumheller Airport Commission and Elizabeth Gallagher filled one of the three positions available for the Drumheller Public Library Board.
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Colberg made a proclamation, announcing that November will be Family Violence Prevention month in the Town of Drumheller.
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The next Council of the Whole (COW) Meeting will be on November 6 and the next regular council meeting will be November 14.
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