Storey re-elected to national group


Chatham Coun. Alysson Storey has been picked to serve a second term on the Federation of Canadian Municipalities’ (FCM) board of directors for 2024-2025.

The election took place in Calgary last month at the organization’s annual general meeting.

A nation-wide organization, FCM’s mandate is to advocate for communities across Canada, with a focus on a new municipal growth framework while pressing the federal government to properly fund critical infrastructure needs. Members join together in a unified voice representing local governments as they work towards improving municipal issues for all.

Storey said she enjoyed her first term on the FCM, learning a great deal about the relationship between federal-municipal governments while making connections with municipal officials nation-wide.

“To be re-elected to a second term is a real honour and there was a strong slate of candidates running,” Storey said in a media release. “I’ll continue to do my best to ensure that Chatham-Kent’s priorities are heard and addressed at the federal table.”


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