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Glenn Taylor Announces Resignation as Mayor of Hinton

HINTON, AB - Last night at the first Town of Hinton Council meeting of 2012 Mayor Glenn Taylor tendered his resignation as Mayor of Hinton.

“As you know, in May of 2011 I was elected as the Leader of the Alberta Party, our citizen’s movement for democratic renewal. At that time I intended to continue to serve both the community of Hinton and the Alberta Party to the best of my ability, for as long as it made sense,” stated Taylor in his announcement.

“From the outset of my public service I committed to serving with honesty, integrity, transparency, accountability and with a commitment to fiscal responsibility. I hope that I have demonstrated all of those attributes during my term of service to our community.

As we begin a new year in 2012, with a provincial election looming on the immediate horizon, that I intend to contest, and now with the need for a municipal by-election to take place prior to the end of February, I believe that it is in our community’s best interest, both from a fiscally prudent perspective and one of transparency - as well as being a matter of personal integrity - that I tender my resignation as Mayor of Hinton.”

Councillor Stephen Mitchell announced his resignation from Hinton Council on December 20, 2011 triggering the requirement for a by-election in Hinton to take place on February 27, 2012.

For further inquiries, you can contact Bernie Kreiner at the Town of Hinton 780-865-6001.


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