TLTI councillor representing rural municipalities

Liz Huff, as seen in this profile picture from her Twitter account, will be representing rural Ontario municipalities on the board of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario. Huff was elected to the board this week for a two year term. (@huffatbay/Twitter via Newswatch Group)

TORONTO – A councillor from the Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands will be representing rural municipalities over the next two years.

Liz Huff was elected this week to the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) Board of Directors as part of its rural caucus.

Huff will be a “key municipal leader” in helping to set policy for AMO.

AMO helps municipalities with fiscal issues, creates a strong voice at the municipal level of government and helps to foster relationships with senior levels of government on specific topics like infrastructure.

AMO represents Ontario’s 444 municipal governments.

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