Two long-time volunteers with the municipality’s Committee of Adjustment were recognized recently by Chatham-Kent council. Both Ken Stevenson and Richard Dunlop received plaques and were lauded by director of planning services Ryan Jacques for their commitment. Dunlop is a life-long farmer in the former Camden Township and was politically active, having served as its Deputy Reeve.
Stevenson of Ridgetown, is known for being an educator and researcher at the University of Guelph, Ridgetown Campus.
Jacques said the two have had a lasting impact on the community, putting in “thousands of hours,” voluntarily attending meetings and contributing to the decision-making process in Chatham-Kent.