SARM President Responds to Premier Resignation

Aug. 11, 2017
For Immediate Release August 11, 2017
SARM President Responds to Premier Resignation
When the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities’ (SARM) President Ray Orb learned that Premier Brad Wall was retiring from politics, he cited the commitment to rural Saskatchewan over the last decade under Wall’s helm. 
 
“Rural municipalities have seen an increase in municipal revenue sharing dollars,” stated Orb.  “And adjustments made to the Education Property Tax on agricultural land has had significant impact in our rural communities.” 
 
“Premier Wall is a remarkable ambassador for Saskatchewan, and SARM has experienced good working relations with the Premier and the Saskatchewan Party,” stated Orb.  Continued investment and support in rural Saskatchewan is important to SARM and the members it serves. 
 
SARM is the independent association that represents rural municipal government in Saskatchewan, and is committed to working with Premier Wall’s replacement to ensure continued prosperity and growth for Rural Saskatchewan.
 
For more information please contact:
Jay Meyer
Executive Director
(306) 761-3721
 
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