News & Announcements
At the Regular Meeting of Council held September 11, 2017, Council proposed to approve the new Trespass/Encroachment Policy.
Any member of the public who feels they may be affected by the proposed changes to the City of Dawson Creek’s policy may submit comments regarding these proposed amendments, in writing, to:
Brenda Ginter, Director of Corporate Administration via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 250.782.3203 or drop them off at City Hall at 10105 12A Street no later than 4:30 pm on October 11, 2017.
Public Hearing will be held Monday, September 11, 2017 and will include:
Notice of Public Hearing re:
- Zoning Amendment (17-03) Bylaw No. 4350, 2017(1101 – 121st Avenue).
A Regular Council Meeting will be held Monday, September 11, 2017 and will include:
Memo from the Director of Corporate Administration (September 5, 2017) re: Request for Letter of Support – Northern Lights College.
- Mayor Dale Bumstead in attendance re: Prostate Cancer Month Proclamation.
Brenda Kreutzer, Dawson Creek Beautification Committee, Sally Shields, Rotary (Sunshine) Club & Caroline Laboucan, Nawican Friendship Centre in attendance re: United Nations International Day of Peace Proclamation.
For Immediate Release
September 6, 2017
NEW CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER – ADAM LANGENMAIER
The City of Dawson Creek is pleased to announce that Mr. Adam Langenmaier is the new Chief Financial Officer for the City of Dawson Creek, effective September 5, 2017.
Mr. Langenmaier was the former Chief Financial Officer for the Village of Pouce Coupe. Prior to his time in local government, he earned his Chartered Accountant designation with a local accounting firm, Sander Rose Bone Grindle. Mr. Langenmaier is an avid participant in local community groups, acting as the President of the Bear Mountain Nordic Ski Association.
“I am very excited for the opportunity to continue my career in local government in such a vibrant and growing community. I believe my transition will be smooth and will allow for great things to be achieved in the future.” – Adam Langenmaier, CFO
The City’s Chief Administrative Officer Duncan Redfearn is pleased to welcome Mr. Langenmaier stating: “Mr. Langenmaier’s combination of education and experience make him a great addition to our exceptional team.”
For more information, please contact:
City of Dawson Creek
Duncan Redfearn, Chief Administrative Officer
A big thank you goes out to all the residents who participated in our Official Community Plan survey and Facebook questions. Your input is essential to the planning process for the future of Dawson Creek.
As promised, a winner has been drawn for the grande prize SHAWN LANGFORD – a Rebel Portable Wireless speaker!
For more information on the the Official Community Plan click here.