Councillor Schetzsle resigns from Special Areas Board | DrumhellerMail
Last updateFri, 19 Apr 2024 5pm

Councillor Schetzsle resigns from Special Areas Board


Special Areas Board Councillor Graham Schetzsle has stepped down from his role on the Special Areas Advisory Council.
Graham represented Special Area No. 4 – Subdivision 1 on the Advisory Council since 2017 and has been an integral part of the Special Areas team. Besides his work on Advisory Council, Graham was active on many different boards and committees in the region.
He was passionate about ensuring communities had access high quality health services and served on both the Consort and District Medical Centre Board and the East Central Ambulance Association. He also represented Special Area No. 4 on regional boards including the Acadia Foundation and Big Country Waste Management Commission. Graham was known for his focus on efficient and responsive services that met ratepayer needs.
“I would like to thank Graham for his service over the past six years with the Special Areas,” said Special Areas Chair Jordon Christianson.”Not only as a member of the Advisory Council, but also for his service on numerous other committees and boards where he represented the Special Areas professionally and effectively. We will certainly miss Graham’s strong leadership and his thoughtful nature, and we wish him success as he focuses on his many other projects”
As a result of this vacancy, Special Areas will be holding a byelection for the office of Advisory Council for Special Area No. 4 – Subdivision 1. More information on the nomination process and important dates will be shared later this month on

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