Oak Bay council members given appointments

Inaugural council meeting includes councillors' appointments to committees and boards

  • Dec. 11, 2014 5:00 p.m.

Oak Bay council appointments were announced during Monday night’s inaugural meeting of council. The new appointments are:

Nils Jensen: Police board; Capital Regional District (Murdoch alternate); Capital Regional Hospital District (Murdoch alternate); CRD Liquid Waste Management (Murdoch alternate); CREST (Zhelka alternate); Oak Bay Wall of Fame Committee; Receptions.

Tara Ney: CRD Arts Committee; Royal and McPherson Theatres Society; Parcel Tax Roll Review panel; Regional Housing Trust Fund Commission (Murdoch alternate); Camosun College liaison.

Michelle Kirby: Greater Victoria Labour Relations Association (Zhelka alternate); Provincial Court Family Court Committee; Environmental Advisory Committee liaison; School District 61 liaison; Young Exceptional Star Awards liaison.

Kevin Murdoch: Greater Victoria Public Library Board; Oak Bay Heritage Foundation liaison; Oak Bay Heritage Commission liaison.

Eric Zhelka: Oak Bay Emergency Planning Program liaison; Parcel Tax Roll Review Panel; Regional Water Supply Commission (Kirby alternate).

Tom Croft: Oak Bay Business liaison (Braithwaite alternate); Oak Bay Tourism Committee liaison (Braithwaite alternate); Active Transportation Advisory Committee liaison; Oak Bay Community Archives liaison; Allan Cassidy Recognition of Renovation and Building Achievements Awards panel; University of Victoria liaison.

Hazel Braithwaite: Oak Bay Parks and Recreation Commission (Zhelka alternate); Oak Bay Wall of Fame Committee; Parcel Tax Roll Review Panel; YES Awards liaison; Receptions.

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