MV Mayor elected to ROMA Board

Madawaska Valley Township Mayor Kim Love was today appointed to the Rural Ontario Municipalities Association (ROMA) Board of Directors.

In a press release CAO/Clerk Sue Klatt said,

On behalf of Mayor Love, she would like to thank her fellow council members and the Rural Mayors’ Forum of Eastern Ontario for helping to build support for her nomination across Zone 6 and campaigning on her behalf. She expressed gratitude and appreciation for the encouragement, endorsement and team effort of County Council Members during her campaign.


Following the announcement, Love stated:

I am deeply honoured to represent these amazing, dedicated Municipal Council Members and their rural communities across Zone 6.


Representatives of other zones on the Board with Love are the mayors of the Township of Guelph-Erimosa and the Town of Caledon, as well as Councillors from Central Elgin and the Cities of Hamilton, Brockville, Ottawa and North Bay.

ROMA is the rural arm of the Association of the Municipalities of Ontario (AMO). Policy, research and advocacy activities are undertaken by ROMA through AMO so as to ensure that matters which affect rural communities are brought to the attention of the provincial and federal governments.


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One comment

  1. John and Beth Hildebrandt

    This is indeed a huge honour, and an indication of the contributions you are making with your presentations at ROMA. It is also a great benefit to our Township. We know you’ll do a great job!

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