Town Council 2017-2020

2017 Newly elected Council

The newly elected Council were sworn into office October 24, 2017

Left to right: Councillor Ken Poffenroth, Councillor Ivor Foster, Mayor Rod Raymond, Deputy Mayor Cory Gilbert and Councillor Nathan Raymond

Resulting from the organizational meeting held October 24, 2017, Cory Gilbert was appointed Deputy Mayor, and appointments to Standing Committees and Board Appointments were made as follows:

 

2017 Organizational Meeting - Appointments
Standing Committees Appointee/s
Alternate
Subdivision & Development Appeal Board Councillor Poffenroth Councillor Gilbert
Regional Assessment Review Board Councillor Poffenroth
Committee of the Whole All of Council
Council Liaison Operations All of Council
Public Safety Committee All of Council
Planning  & Sustainability Committee All of Council
Financial Advisory Committee Councillors Poffenroth & Gilbert n/a
Economic Development Committee All of Council
Boards Appointee/s
Alternate
Leduc Foundation Board Councillor Foster Councillor Raymond
F.C.S.S. Advisory Board, Thorsby Councillor Raymond Councillor Foster
F.C.S.S. Advisory Board, Leduc County Councillor Raymond Councillor Foster
Chamber of Commerce Councillor Gilbert Councillor Poffenroth
Thorsby Library Board Councillor Foster Councillor Gilbert
Yellowhead Regional Library Board Councillor Foster Councillor Gilbert
Parks & Recreation Advisory Board Councillor Raymond Councillor Foster
Alberta Hemp Alliance Councillor Raymond Councillor Gilbert
39/20 Alliance Mayor Raymond Councillor Poffenroth



Mayor Rod Raymond

Mayor Rod Raymond

Email:  rodraymond@thorsby.ca     

Deputy Mayor Cory Gilbert

Deputy Mayor  Cory Gilbert
  Email: cgilbert@thorsby.ca


Councillor Ken Poffenroth

Councillor Ken Poffenroth
  Email: kpoffenroth@thorsby.ca


Councillor Ivor Foster

Councillor Ivor Foster

Email: ifoster@thorsby.ca

Councillor Nathan Raymond

Councillor Nathan Raymond

Email: nraymond@thorsby.ca


Councillor Honorariums

January 2017
February 2017
March 2017
April 2017
May 2017
June 2017
July 2017

2016 Honorariums

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Did You Know?

According to municipal census, The Town of Thorsby showed a 8% population increase from 2012 to 2015.

The old sign which proudly stood on guard to the North entrance to Thorsby was updated in 2017, following change of status from Village to Town - Population 1025