Village administrators approve Pynchon as deputy township mayor for 2022 | County of Saint-Laurent
TOWNSHIP – City councilor Carol S. Pynchon will assume the post of deputy mayor for 2022 following approval by the board of directors at last week’s annual reorganization meeting.
Mayor Michael E. Dalton reviewed a list of committee appointments and duties that have all been approved by the board of directors.
The Economic Development Committee will be composed of Ms. Pynchon and Anna M. Sorensen. The finance committee will be made up of Ms. Pynchon and Mr. Dalton. The infrastructure committee will be composed of M. Dalton and Klaus D. Proemm. The Public Safety Committee will be made up of Ms. Sorensen and Elizabeth R. Larrabee. The recreation committee will be made up of Ms. Pynchon and Ms. Larrabee. The Shared Services Committee will be made up of Ms. Pynchon and Mr. Proemm, and the Communications and Technology Committee will be made up of Ms. Sorensen and Ms. Pynchon.
Annual staff appointments consist of Gerald J. Ducharme as village attorney; Linda A. Casserly as village historian; Sally L. Noble as Budget Officer; and Megan Mousaw as assistant treasurer.
The council also made appointments to other village councils.
Chris Rotramel and Barry Walch were appointed to the Planning Board, while Debbie Gilson and Conrad Stuntz were appointed to the Zoning Appeal Board.