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Feds Congratulates New ECan Appointments

Feds Congratulates New ECan Appointments

Source: Federated Farmers

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Federated Farmers congratulates the Environment Canterbury councillors on their election and the commissioners on their appointment, as announced today.

Federated Farmers North Canterbury president Lynda Murchison says the council faces challenging tasks ahead "but the region should feel optimistic with the mix of skillsets around the table.

"Federated Farmers Canterbury looks forward to continuing to build our relationship with the new council and working together to get real environmental gains on the ground," Lynda says.

"We may not always agree with the council, but we certainly welcome the retention of the depth of knowledge and understanding being a regional councillor requires."

Feds also sends its best wishes for the future to retiring council chair Dame Margaret Bazley and councillor Rex Williams.

ENDS


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