The Association of Nova Scotia Land Surveyors is pleased to announce the recent election of Cyril P. LeBlanc, NSLS to the appointment of President, which was previously held by Rebecca A. Ritchie, NSLS.
Ms. Ritchie has been a member since 1985 and is employed with Hiltz & Seamone Co. Ltd. in Coldbrook, NS.
Mr. LeBlanc has been a member of the Association since 1984 and is employed with Eastern District Planning Commission. Cyril is a Senior Building and Fire Inspector and is also serving a 2-year term as Deputy Grand Knight - 3rd degree with the Margaree Knights of Columbus.
The Association of Nova Scotia Land Surveyors invites interested members of the public to volunteer as public representatives on its Council/Board of Directors and two Committees by submitting an application.
The Association's responsibility is to serve the public interest as mandated by the Land Surveyors Act and Regulations. Public representatives bring a unique perspective to the governance model and have full voting rights on Council or the Committees on which they serve. Appointments are on the recommendation of the nominating committee and are appointed for a two year term which may be extended for a maximum of three terms (six years). Expenses related to Association business are reimbursed but honorariums are not presently paid.
Supporting documentation for the positions is available below. Applicants should describe their background, interests, experience, and indicate their reasons for wishing to serve the Association.
Please submit your applications by January 6, 2014 via email at email@example.com or by mail by to:
The Nominating Committee
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Photo ID cards are now available to members. Information on how to obtain one is located here.
An listing of land surveyors within Nova Scotia indexed by location.
General information about complaints and how they are handled by the Association.
A collection of web links related to land surveying in Nova Scotia.
Information on becoming a Nova Scotia Land Surveyor. (more)