Statement from Councillor Dick Michel

Statement from Councillor Dick Michel

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To the community of Weyburn,

I have served and represented the City of Weyburn with benevolence and highest regard for 23 years. It is with the deepest sadness that I announce my resignation from Weyburn City Council on March 27, 2023.

This decision, which is not an easy one to make, was made with the support and encouragement of my family. To them I owe my greatest gratitude.

My sincere thanks go out to everyone who connected with me during my time away from Council. You have helped me along this journey, as I say farewell to an appointment I loved so much.

And finally, to the community of Weyburn, thank you for having the confidence in me for seven terms. I can no longer represent you and continue what I was so passionate about doing.

As a Councillor, I will miss meeting you at the ice rink, chatting on the walking trails, serving on committees and making decisions in Council Chambers. As your neighbour, I look forward to seeing you all again soon.

The Michel family kindly asks that the media respect their privacy at this time.

For inquiries contact:
Paige Tenbult
Communications Coordinator | City of Weyburn
(306) 848-3236 | ptenbult@weyburn.ca

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