Shawville’s race for vacant council seat is on

Sherwin Greer has also thrown his hat into the ring to claim the vacant seat on Shawville municipal council. Greer worked for the municipality of Clarendon for 21 years and says one of his biggest assets is his ability to work with others.
Aileen Sheppard is one of two new candidates for the vacant seat on Shawville’s municipal council. She has spent the last 12 years as a wedding co-ordinator and event planner, and cites her work ethic and community spirit as two assets that will help her succeed on council.

Chris Lowrey
SHAWVILLE May 16, 2018
Two more candidates – Sherwin Greer and Aileen Sheppard – have entered the race for the vacant seat on Shawville’s municipal council after the untimely passing of long-time councillor Peggie Sheppard.
The two newcomers join former Shawville councillor Bill McCleary as the only three candidates in the race.
Sherwin Greer worked for the municipality of Clarendon for 21 years as a truck and grader operator.
He says the experience working in the municipal system has given him an idea of the day-to-day operations of a municipality. Greer said all that’s left to learn is the business side of it.
He says he decided to run because a new face on council is just what’s needed.

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