Kimberly Champigny

Kimberly Champigny is North Glengarry’s new treasurer, director of finance

Kimberly Champigny is the new treasurer and director of finance for the Township of North Glengarry. Kimberly Champigny’s appointment was announced last week. She will be assuming her responsibilities shortly, after relocating to the region from Red Deer, Alberta, where she had been working as the Administrative and Accounting Supervisor for the City of Red Deer Public Works Department.

Within this role, she was responsible for the coordination of all of the financial transactions of the department, including the preparation of a $24-million annual operating budget and a $233-million, ten-year capital budget.

With more than 15 years of experience working within municipal government, Champigny is well-versed in municipal government practices, regulations and strategic planning.

Her demonstrated skills in accounting, tax administration, policy creation and her understanding of the Municipal Government Act made her stand out as a candidate for this position.

“On behalf of council, I would like to congratulate Kimberly Champigny and to welcome her to North Glengarry,” said North Glengarry Mayor Chris McDonell.

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