New MV County Reeve Officially Sworn In

At Wednesday\'s annual organizational meeting, Bruce Beattie was appointed to the role of Reeve by council. Patricia McKean is now the Deputy Reeve.

A new Mountain View County Reeve and Deputy Reeve have officially been sworn in.

During Wednesday morning's annual organizational meeting,  Division 4 councillor Bruce Beattie was appointed to the role of Reeve.

Patricia McKean from Division 2 is now the Deputy Reeve.

CAO Tony Martens believes Beattie's experience will serve Mountain View County well.

Beattie discusses his new official role as County Reeve.

Beattie has been serving as Reeve since Division 6 councillor Paddy Munroe stepped down from the role earlier this month.

All of yesterday's changes are slated to be in effect until Mountain View County council's next organizational meeting in 2012.

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