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Minister Orders Inspection into Rm Of McKillop No. 220

Released on August 22, 2018

Government Relations Minister Warren Kaeding has responded to concerns about the governance and administration of the Rural Municipality of McKillop No. 220 by ordering an official inspection of the municipality.  Minister Kaeding has appointed Carol Ingham to lead the inspection.  The appointment is effective immediately.

“Given the circumstances and the breadth and level of concerns raised it was important to act,” Kaeding said.  “I believe that Ms. Ingham will be able to complete an inspection and report back on the state of the RM’s affairs.  Ms. Ingham brings a wealth of knowledge to her appointment having more than 25 years of municipal and public administration experience.”

The inspection will undertake a high-level look into the general operations of the RM with a focus on the status of voter petitions submitted to the council, any legal actions initiated by and/or against the RM, and seek to provide a synopsis of the RM’s financial situation and obligations.

A final report is expected to be completed by September 15, 2018, and will be submitted to the Minister of Government Relations and the local RM council.

Ingham is a former municipal administrator, and prior to her retirement from the public service in 2011, served as a Senior Municipal Advisor with the Ministry of Government Relations.  She has also been active in the municipal administration field in a mentoring role.


For more information, contact:

Jay Teneycke
Government Relations
Phone: 306-798-6095

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