At-Large Councilor Mark Morrison has been re-elected as Windham Town Council chairperson, after serving for the past year in that position. The council also nominated Councilor Nick Kalogerakis to serve as the council’s vice-chair and Councilor Jarrod Maxfield as the council’s parliamentarian during a meeting on Tuesday evening.
|At-Large Councilor Mark Morrison|
has been re-elected to serve as the
Windham Town Council chairperson
for the next year. Morrison was
re-elected to the council for a three-
year term earlier this month.
The council also chose Councilor David Nadeau to serve on the Finance Committee along with Councilors Bill Reiner and Kalogerakis. Elected to serve on the Appointments Committee are Councilors Morrison, Kalogerakis and Maxfield.
Kalogerakis, who represents Windham’s South District, will join Maxfield in continuing to serve as the council’s representatives to the Windham Economic Development Corporation Board of Directors.
Councilor Brett Jones was elected to serve on the Windham Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee, while Morrison will serve on the Energy Advisory Committee.
Nadeau will continue to serve as the council’s lone representative to the Long Range Planning Committee, while Jones will continue to serve on the Natural Resources Advisory Committee.
Councilor John Henry will join Councilors Maxfield and Nadeau, to serve on the Ordinance Committee.
Morrison and Nadeau will continue to represent the council on the Substance Prevention Grant Committee.
Maxfield was elected to serve as Windham delegate to the Greater Portland Council of Governments, with Nadeau elected by councilors as Windham’s alternate delegate to that group.
Councilors voted Robert Burns, Windham Assistant Town Manager, to serve as the town’s delegate to the ecomaine Board of Directors. Maxfield was elected to serve as alternate delegate to the ecomaine board. <