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Mayor of Cold Lake to Take a Leave of Absence when Election is Called

A provincial election will see Mayor of Cold Lake Craig Copeland take a leave of absence from the City. Mayor Copeland, who was elected as the Progressive Conservative nominee for MLA of the Bonnyville-Cold Lake constituency will wait for Premiere Jim Prentice to call an election and then take a leave of absence from his mayoral duties.

Should Mayor Copeland be elected, he would then give the City CEO, Kevin Nagoya, a resignation and the city would hold an election for the mayor position. Cold Lake would then have 90 days to call an election to find a new mayor.

During Mayor Copeland’s leave of absence, the Deputy Mayor would take over as Mayor until the election results are determined. The City of Cold Lake rotates their deputy mayor and should an election be called in the near future Councillor Vicky Lafabvre would be named acting mayor.


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