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Kamloops council committees need volunteers

November 19, 2014 - 1:05 PM

KAMLOOPS - City Council is seeking applications from City of Kamloops residents who are interested in serving on a voluntary basis for the following Council appointed Committees:

-  Airport Authority –  One (1) year term
-  Arts Commission – Two (2) year term
-  Heritage Commission – Two (2) year term
-  Parks and Recreation Committee – Two (2) year term

Information on the Terms of Reference for these Committees can be found on the City’s website at

For specific information relating to a Council Committee, please contact the staff liaison:

-  Airport Authority – Tammy Robertson:      
-  Arts Commission – Barbara Berger:          
-  Heritage Commission – Barbara Berger:           
-  Parks and Recreation Committee – Val Smith:

Please submit a brief resume with a covering letter outlining your background and interest in the area, by Friday, Dec. 5, 2014 to:

Stephanie Nichols
City of Kamloops
7 Victoria Street West
Kamloops, BC, V2C 1A2
Email or fax 250-828-3578

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