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Council of mayors holds monthly meeting

At the last council of mayors meeting on Aug. 15, officials met the new MRC engineer, Kim Lesage. Lesage has a Masters in geotechnical engineering, hails from Otter Lake and currently resides in Litchfield with her family.

CALEB NICKERSON
CAMPBELL’S BAY
Aug. 15, 2018
On Aug. 15, the MRC council met at the offices in Campbell’s Bay, the first public meeting since June.
The evening opened up with a question from TNO lease-holder Randy Smith, who was concerned with the amount of taxes he is currently paying, and how much taxes have increased in recent years.
The council assured Smith they would look into the matter.
It was announced that the next public meeting would be moved from Sept. 19 to the 17 due to a scheduling conflict.
Engineer
The council was then introduced to the new MRC engineer, Kim Lesage, who started on July 23. Holding a Masters degree in geotechnical engineering, and hailing from Otter Lake, Lesage has over a decade of experience with the firm Golder Associates.
Pontiac Warden Jane Toller was pleased with the new hire, and explained that her expertise will be available for local projects across the region.
“It’s going to be a savings for the MRC to have an in-house engineer that can work directly with the municipalities,” she said.
Lesage herself was eager to get to work.

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