Councillor Paul Saulnier
Councillor Paul Saulnier spent his formative years in the Digby area in a time when elementary school meant either "Saint Pat's" or "The Red School". Like so many of our youth Paul went on to further his education and employment opportunities following high school.
Following graduation from DRHS and then from Kingstec Community College with a certificate in Radio and Television Arts, Councillor Saulnier spend more than 20 years working and raising a family in Halifax. After returning to his hometown in 2008 Paul once again started re-conneting with his hometown. He's been involved with the Admiral Digby Museum, the Digby & Area Theatre Society, Community Use of Schools, and helping with many projects at DRHS.
Paul looks forward to further serving the residents of Digby, helping the town to move forward and embracing new challenges.
Councillor Saulnier currently serves on the following boards and committees:
- Civic Numbering Committee
- Shared Services Committee
- Joint Highway 101 Task Force Committee
- Western Regional Solid Waste Authority (Waste Check)
- Digby Regional Waste Committee
- RCMP Senior Safety Board
- Planning Advisory Committee
- Joint RCMP Advisory Committee
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