Town of Moosomin Town Council
November 2020 - November 2024
- Larry Tomlinson
Larry worked at Acklands-Grainger for forty seven years as sales person,manager and Zone district manager. He has been a Councillor for six years and mayor for eight years.
Larry went on council as he had an interest in moving the town forward and grow. He has been a member of the Elks lodge for thirty eight years. He also served on the golf club board, curling rink board, and also Legion executive. He has been a board member on the Moosomin Regional Park board since 1978.
Larry is married to wife Marg and has two sons and three grandchildren.
- Chris Davidson
Chris Davison is a lifelong Moosomin resident. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Agriculture degree from the University of Regina and is general manager at Sharpe’s Soil Service in Moosomin. He has been in the farm supply business for more than 30 years.
Chris has been the chairman of the Moosomin and District Regional Park Authority since 1992. He has been a member of the Moosomin Elks Lodge for 23 years. He has served on many local committees over the years.
Chris has served on Moosomin Town Council since 2003. He chose to allow his name to stand for council because he felt I could contribute to the betterment of the Great Town of Moosomin that we all call home.
- Ron Fisk
Ron and his wife Marlene moved to Moosomin in 2005 after leaving the farm in the Kelso area and he was employed full time at MNP until he retired in 2015. Ron was first elected to town council in 2016 and again in 2020.
Council has worked well together to continue to make Moosomin a progressive community that everyone is proud to be a part of. Looking forward, Ron is confident that we will learn from our mistakes and successes and take every opportunity to expand on all that Moosomin has to offer.
- Murray Gray
Murray was born and raised in Moosomin and has resided here his entire life. He and his wife Jennifer have raised their children Adam, Avery and Blake here and are proud to call Moosomin home. Murray has been employed at LH Bradley & Son for 27 years. His current role at the dealership is sales manager. Over the years Murray has been involved with many local organizations including terms as president of both Playfair Daycare and Moosomin Minor Hockey. He has also been involved with the Moose, Elks and Moosomin Golf Course in varying capacities over the years. Murray has coached, reffed and umped many minor sports games over the years and currently serves as the referee in chief of Moosomin Minor Hockey.
Murray is currently serving his second term on council. He currently sits on Human Resource, Joint local government, Economic Development, Fire Protection and Recreation committees. Murray has thoroughly enjoyed his time on council so far and is very proud of some of the many accomplishments that council was able to make in his first term. The official community plan, hiring of our economic development officer and the 4 blocks of new infrastructure and pavement that were replaced to name a few of these accomplishments.
Murray ran for council so that he could help make decisions that will help unlock some of the great potential that this community has. He is extremely proud of our town and believes it to be a great place to live, work and do business. He looks forward to serving the residents to the best of his ability and can’t wait to see what the future holds for this great community.
- Kyla Fingas
Kyla Fingas was elected by acclamation in the 2020 municipal election.
Fingas has been involved in the community for a number of various ways from coaching ball, involvement with the Creative Vision group and volunteering at the community theatre.
Some of the issues that Fingas wants to address long-term are health care, the school, affordable housing and economic development.
- Garry Towler
Garry Towler was elected to town council in the fall of 2016 after a hiatus of 10 years.
He had served on council for nine years previously, until 2006
Garry works in construction with his two sons.
He is a lifelong Moosomin resident who enjoys spending time with his five grandchildren and the rest of his family.
He has been involved with the golf course and with Moosomin Minor Hockey
He wanted to serve on council again because he wants to keep promoting the community and making the community a better place to live. One of his goals is to see the Highway 8 bypass completed.
- Greg Nosterud
Greg Nosterud was raised in Moosomin, is a business owner, is involved in many community organizations, and was elected to town council in 2018.
Greg is a member of the Moosomin Fire Department, has been involved in the Kinsmen Club, and is involved with the Mooseberry Acting Group.
In recent years he has become interested in and passionate about the history of Moosomin, so he belongs to different historic groups, primarily the Society for the Preservation of the Moosomin Armoury, the McNaughton Building Restoration Committee, and he is also president of the Pipestone Archeological Group.
Greg believes that Moosomin is moving in a very positive direction and wants to help the town move forward.
Greg is approachable and is willing to go to bat for individuals. He encourages people to approach him with any issues of concern.
- C.A.O. and Youth Councillor
Town of Moosomin Appointments & Deputy Mayors Listing
January 1st, 2022, to December 31st, 2022
Mayor is "Ex-Officio" on all committees (per section 68.3 of Council Procedures Bylaw - No. 2016-01). First names is Chairperson where it so applies.
|Finance||All matters relation to Town finance, and long range budgeting/planning, etc.||Tomlinson
|Human Resources||All matters related to Human Resources||Tomlinson
|Public Works & Utilities||Transportation/Road Maintenance Issues, Utilities (Water Plant, etc.)||Tomlinson (P.W. Chair)
Davidson (Utility Chair)
|Recreation||All matters related to provision of Recreational and Cultural services||Gray
|Environment, Recycling, Landfill, Pest & Weed Control Land, Zoning, Buildings, Cemetery||All related matters||Nosterud
|Town Beautification & Image||Related matters and work with Chamber of Commerce Beautification/Image Committee||Fingas|
|Fire Department||Contact with Fire Department and be on Fire Protection Committee||Gray
|RCMP Advisory Committee||Liaison with RCMP.||Tomlinson|
|Library||All related matters/attend and/or Chair meetings.
NOTE: Chairperson is selected from sitting Library Board Members
|Occupational Health & Safety||Attend Occupational Health & Safety meetings with Public Works Department and oversee safety||Towler|
|Economic Development||General Economic Development||Gray (Co-Chair with RM)
|Tourism||All related matters including promotion and advertising, etc.||Fingas|
|Joint Local Government Committee||Liaison between local governments (ie Other Towns & Rural Municipalities, School Division, etc.)||
|MOTOH Organization||Attend meetings on the 4th Tuesday of each month at the Town Office||Towler|
(and former Moosomin Trust Fund – Comprised of area Mayors & Reeves)
|Disburses trust fund money to various purposes so decided by the Foundation members, for local health care initiatives||Tomlinson|
|Southeast Municipal Healthcare Corp.
||Manage Doctor's Clinic||Tomlinson|
|Heritage Advisory||Represent Town of Moosomin on local advisory committee that created the "Heritage District" in business section of Moosomin and review applications for Town of Moosomin Heritage Grants, etc.||Fisk
|Watershed Authority||Member to Lower Souris Watershed Authority and all other Watershed Committees, etc.||Davidson
|Moosomin Airport Committee||Participate as member in local airport committee. Airport located in R.M. of Moosomin No. 121.||Davidson
|Emergency Measures Organization (EMO)||Responsible for maintaining EMO Plan. Responsible for co-ordination efforts in any Municipal Emergency.||Tomlinson|
|Moosomin & District Regional Park||Town of Moosomin, R.M. of Moosomin and R.M. of Marting have agreement (December 13, 2017) with Moosomin and District Regional Park Authority, for purpose to further develop and operate the Regional Park. (Town appoints 3 members).||Davidson
Southeast Transportation Planning Committee
Previously a member of SETPC in 2011,2015, 2016 & 2017
Local rep. to bring matters to the Executive members of the Committee.
Attend Annual General Meeting, etc.
|Weed Inspector & Dutch Elm Disease Inspector||Act as Town "Weed Inspector" pursuant to Noxious Weeds, Act and "Inspector" pursuant to Forest Resources Management Act||Foreman|
|Development Appeals Board||
To review any refusal of a development permit.
(Per Sec. 221 The Planning and Development Act, 2007)
Members: Kevin Weedmark, Daryl McKay, Jason BenderSecretary: Verna Cherry
|Deputy Mayors from date of taking office on November 25, 2020, from General Election on November 9, 2020, until December 31st, 2021:||