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Huston leaves village

Roger Huston is leaving the Village of Lumby to take up new duties in Grand Forks. - Submitted Photo
Roger Huston is leaving the Village of Lumby to take up new duties in Grand Forks.
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There’s a change in staffing at the Village of Lumby.

Roger Huston, operations director, is leaving after about 12 years to take up new duties in Grand Forks.

“Under Roger’s guidance, a lot has been done here,” said Mayor Kevin Acton, referring to a number of projects including a new bridge, the children’s spray park and upgrades to the cenotaph.

“He will be sorely missed by all of us.”

Huston’s replacement is Dave Manson.

 

 

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