A local services board (LSB) is a volunteer organization that has the authority under the Northern Services Boards Act to deliver approved powers (services) to residents. These boards are set up in rural areas where there is no municipal structure to deliver services such as fire protection or garbage collection. Area residents vote to determine an LSB’s boundaries.
Each LSB is unique in the services it offers its residents. Some LSBs choose to provide only one or two services while others can have up to the full nine services that are available under the Northern Services Boards Act.
The Local Services Board of Goulais and District had their elections on Tuesday, September 29, 2015.
Janet Brydges, Brad Clayton, Desiree Keene, Randy Mattioli, and James Phillips were all elected to the Local Services Board.
Randy Mattioli is the Chairperson and James Phillips is the Vice-Chairperson.
View the Goulais Local Services Board website.