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THREE RIVERS, P.E.I. - Coun. Debbie Johnston will serve as the first deputy mayor of Three Rivers.
Mayor Ed MacAulay announced the decision during Monday’s council meeting.
Johnston, who is one of three Ward 10 councillors representing the Montague area, said she was honoured to be chosen.
“I’ll work to the best of my ability with council, residents and staff so we can make this one of the best communities to live and work in in P.E.I.,” said Johnston. “If we stick together, that can happen.”
Johnston will also serve as the town’s representative on the P.E.I. Federation of Municipalities for the next year.