Ted Smith elected chair of Kawartha Conservation

By Lindsay Advocate

Brock Township Regional Councillor Ted Smith was re-elected chair of the Kawartha Conservation board of directors this week. 

“I very much appreciate the confidence my fellow board members have shown in re-electing me chair and I look forward to continuing the great work that has been done by the staff at Kawartha Conservation during the past year,” says Smith.

“We have a number of challenges and opportunities before us as a board and as an organization and I look forward to working with all of our board members and with the hard-working, dedicated staff at Kawartha Conservation to reach our strategic goals and objectives during the next year.”

Municipality of Trent Lakes’ Peter Raymond was also re-elected as vice-chair of the Kawartha Conservation board of directors. 

Also returning to the board for 2018 is Ron Hooper (Municipality of Clarington), Don Kett and Tom Rowett (Township of Scugog), Pat Dunn, Gord Miller, and Isaac Breadner (City of Kawartha Lakes),  and Jordan Landry (Township of Cavan Monaghan).

Kawartha Conservation’s mission is to be leaders in integrated watershed management and conservation with a focus on outstanding water quality and quantity management, supported by healthy landscapes through planning, stewardship, science and education.

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