Spallumcheen hires relief bylaw officers

The move was made necessary to provide relief for the township’s bylaw enforcement officer

Backup bylaw officers are in place in Spallumcheen.

The move was made necessary to provide relief for the township’s bylaw enforcement officer, Grant Colling, when he’s absent and unable to perform municipal ticketing duties.

Laura Dunbar, provided to the township by the Commissionaire’s office, has been the main backup officer to date.

Joining Dunbar are Georgena Traill and Sandra Combe.

“Due to there being so many staff changes at the Commissionaires, the township would like to recommend that the chief administrative and deputy corporate officers be provided the designation as well,” said deputy corporate officer Cindy Graves.

“That would be to act on any matters when the Commissionaires’ representatives are unavailable.”

Council unanimously appointed Dunbar, Traill, Combe, Graves and Corey Paiement as backup bylaw enforcement officers.


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