Acting mayor Kerrie Reay appointed Library board’s executive committee

Reay, who represents the District of Sooke, has been a member of the VIRL board since 2012.

  • Jan. 23, 2016 5:00 p.m.

Sooke acting mayor Kerrie Reay has been appointed to the executive committee of the Vancouver Island Regional Library board.

Reay, who represents the District of Sooke, has been a member of the VIRL board since 2012.

CRD Juan de Fuca Electoral Area director Mike Hicks is also on the board.

Bruce Jolliffe, who represents the Comox Valley Regional District, was re-elected a fourth year as board chair.

Along with Reay, nine members at large were elected to serve on the executive committee: Noba Anderson, Strathcona Regional District; Barry Avis, Town of Qualicum Beach; Bill Beldessi, Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional District; Diane Brennan, City of Nanaimo; Howard Houle,Regional District of Nanaimo; Andrew Merilees, Village of Masset; Dave Rushton, Mount Waddington Regional District; and Gordon Waterman, Village of Gold River.

The Vancouver Island Regional Library board is comprised of elected representatives from 28 member municipalities and 10 regional districts, administers a budget of more than $20 million.

 

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