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Moncton City Council

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The Moncton City Council (French: Conseil municipal de Moncton) is the governing body of the City of Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. It consists of a mayor and ten councillors elected to four-year terms. The council is non-partisan with the mayor serving as the chairman, casting a ballot only in cases of a tie vote. There are four wards electing two councillors each with an additional two councillors selected at-large by the general electorate. Day-to-day operation of the city is under the control of a city manager.[1]

Moncton's City Hall is a modern 6 storey building, constructed in 1996
Moncton's City Hall is a modern 6 storey building, constructed in 1996

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Moncton City Council, 2016–2020

Elected May 10, 2016:

  • Mayor: Dawn Arnold
  • Greg Turner (at-large)
  • Pierre Boudreau (at-large)
  • Shawn Crossman (Ward 1)
  • Paulette Thériault (Ward 1)
  • Blair Lawrence (Ward 2)
  • Charles Leger (Ward 2)
  • Bryan Butler (Ward 3)
  • Brian Hicks (Ward 3. Elected 2018 to replace Rob McKee who was elected to the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick.)
  • Paul A. Pellerin (Ward 4)
  • Susan F. Edgett (Ward 4. Elected Nov. 15, 2016 to replace René Landry who died August 2, 2016.)

References

  1. ^ "Meet Your City Council". City of Moncton. Retrieved 2019-08-05.

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