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Alan Delaney

Mayor

Town of Shelburne

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Town of Shelburne

Background Information

Employment History

Mayor

Yarmouth Development Corp


Affiliations

The Shelburne Community Business Development Corporation

Mayor


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Mayor Al Delaney

www.town.shelburne.ns.ca [cached]

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Mayor Al Delaney | Mayor Al Delaney | Mayor - Al Delaney Mayor Al Delaney | Mayor Al Delaney | Mayor - Al Delaney Mayor Al Delaney Mayor Al Delaney Mayor Al Delaney Mayor Delaney grew up in Shelburne. In 1966, he enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force. In 1976 he reentered civilian life and settled in Summerside, PEI where he was actively involved in the Community School Program as a volunteer photography instructor. During his years away, Al always maintained close contact with his family in Shelburne, visiting regularly and taking an interest in the issues facing his hometown. In 2000, he returned to Shelburne to work and live. Al and his wife, Carol have two grown daughters, Kilby and Jillian. Mayor Delaney began his work with Shelburne Town Council in 2004 as a Councillor. In 2008, he was elected Mayor for the Town of Shelburne.


www.thecoastguard.ca

"The Town of Shelburne appreciates the continued support of ACOA in funding the extension of electrical to the Town Wharf located on Dock Street, the residing of the south side of the Osprey Arts Centre and the re-roofing of the local visitor information centre," said Alan Delaney, Mayor of the Town of Shelburne.


www.geraldkeddy.ca

Gerald shares a smile with funding partners (from left to right) Al Delaney, Mayor, Town of Shelburne, Honourable Sterling Belliveau, MLA for Shelburne, Cindy Embree, Chair of the Shelburne Community Business Development Corporation, and Rahn O'Connell, Vice-Chair of the Shelburne Community Business Development Corporation.
"The Town of Shelburne appreciates the continued support of ACOA in funding the extension of electrical to the Town Wharf located on Dock Street, the residing of the south side of the Osprey Arts Centre and the re-roofing of the local visitor information centre," said Alan Delaney, Mayor of the Town of Shelburne.


www.barringtonmunicipality.com

- Al Delaney, Mayor, Town of Shelburne
Moved by Warden Embree and seconded by Mayor Delaney that the agenda be approved as circulated. Moved by Mayor Delaney and seconded by Mayor Stoddart that the minutes of the last previous meeting held July 23, 2008 be approved as circulated. Moved by Warden Embree and seconded by Mayor Delaney that the request of the Town of Lockeport be approved and that the funds be provided to the Town for this purpose when they are made available through the South West Shore Development Authority. Members were informed by Mayor Delaney that the Town of Shelburne is committed to providing $5,000 per year for a period of five years for the purpose of funding a Tourism Development Manager.


www.shyc.ca

The events started off on Friday evening with opening ceremonies as Sherri Taylor, Mayor Al Delaney and Elizabeth Rhuland welcomed everyone to the championships while everyone enjoyed a delicious meal prepared by Bistro 138.


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