TYSON WHITNEY PHOTO Council has approved a few changes to committee appointments, finalizing their portfolios for the 2018/2019 years.

Port McNeill council releases committee appointments

The town finalized their committee appointments in a recent council meeting.

The Town of Port McNeill has released their 2018/2019 council portfolios for finalized approval in a recent council meeting.

The final appointments to portfolios for each councillor are as follows:

Mayor Gaby Wickstrom: Management, Finance, Personnel, Economic Development Committees, and Advisory Planning Commission.

RCMP Liaison, Vancouver Island Regional Library Member Representative, Regional District/Regional Hospital Representative, and Community Forest Representative

Coun. Anne-Marie Baron: Management, Finance, Personnel, Economic Development Committees, and Advisory Planning Commission.

Fire Department Liaison, Emergency Management BC Liaison, Advanced Education & Training Liaison, and Museum Liaison.

Coun. Shelley Downey: Management, Finance, Personnel, Economic Development Committees, and Advisory Planning Commission.

Acting Mayor (six-month rotation), Regional District Transit, Mount Waddington Health Network Steering Committee Representative, Tourism Liaison, Airport Liaison, and Youth/Seniors Liaison.

Coun. Derek Koel: Management, Finance, Personnel, Economic Development Committees, and Advisory Planning Commission.

Harbour Advisory, Chamber of Commerce Liaison, Not-For-Profit Liaison, Vancouver Island North Training, and Attraction Society Liaison.

Coun. Ryan Mitchell: Management, Finance, Personnel, Economic Development Committees, and Advisory Planning Commission.

Public Works & Parks Liaison, Ferry Advisory Representative, and Recreation Facilities Liasion.

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