CAEP board members elected

The composition of Central Alberta Economic Partnership’s board of directors changed slightly at the economic development organization’s fall general meeting on Thursday.

The composition of Central Alberta Economic Partnership’s board of directors changed slightly at the economic development organization’s fall general meeting on Thursday.

Rod McDermand, a councillor with Lacombe County, was elected as a county representative to the board. Re-elected for another term were Red Deer County Mayor Jim Wood, as a county representative; Blackfalds Coun. Will Taylor, who will serve as a town/village rep; and Olds businessman Harvey Walsh, who is a business representative with CAEP.

CAEP’s board consists of 13 directors, with these representing the organization’s 42 municipal and First Nations members, and its 15 associate members.

CAEP is scheduled to select a new executive at a Dec. 13 organizational meeting.

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