Putterill continues in MIMC chair

  • Jan. 24, 2011 1:00 p.m.

Evan Putterill is starting his second term as chair of the Moresby Island Management Committee. Mr. Putterill, who was elected as a Regional District director in August 2009 after a by-election to replace former director Travis Glasman, was nominated for the chair’s position at the January 12 meeting by Robert Chisholm and the nomination was seconded by Emmy O’Gorman. Two more calls for nominations were made and no one else was named. He will now serve throughout 2011. Emmy O’Gorman was nominated as vice-chair by Mr. Chisholm, seconded by Kristi Schmitz (Gwaii Trust director). No one else was nominated. Ms O’Gorman, a first time committee member, accepted the position and she will serve throughout 2011 as well. Appointments were also made to committees as follows. Sandspit Recreation Committee: Ms O’Gorman and Mr. Putterill; Community Hall Committee: Mr. Chisholm and Gord Usher; Emergency Preparedness Committee: Ms Schmitz and Stan Hovde; Multiplex committee: Heron Wier and Ms O’Gorman; Loggers Day committee: Carol Wagner. In other MIMC news, the date and time of the monthly meeting has changed again. The meetings will be held on the second Thursday of the month, starting at 7:30 pm. The next meeting is February 10.

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