Seeking a third term, an experienced member of council is running again for a sense of familiarity in the chambers.
Susan McLean Tady is looking for her third term as a member of town council with seven years of experience as a councillor for Battleford. She also previously served eight for the town of Denholm.
“It’s an interest I have. I’ve got experience working in the municipal sector and I feel that it’s really important to give back to the community,” she said.
McLean Tady also worked for Town Hall for seven and a half years before her current position as a payroll officer for the Living Sky School Division.
Continuity and keeping some familiar faces around Town Hall was a big reason for McLean Tady to run again for a third term.
“I think the main thing I’m trying to keep in mind this time is continuity on council,” McLean Tady said. “We’ve got a new chief administrative officer on staff and we’ve lost all of our senior management over the last year and a half.”
In seeking re-election McLean Tady wanted to continue on council and help lead Battleford into the future, especially in terms of growth and sustainability of business.
“We’re taking the town in a new direction. It’s interesting and I just look forward to continuing some of the major projects we have going,” she said.
With files from Katherine Svenkeson.
Matt Kelly is battlefordsNOW's town municipal affairs and community reporter. He can be reached at [email protected] or tweet him @mattjkelly2.
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