LACOMBE- Matthew Goudy has been appointed as the new Chief Administrative Officer for the City of Lacombe, effective March 6.
Prior to his new role at the City of Lacombe, Goudy served as the Operations and Planning Services Director for the City from 2012-2018.
Goudy was also the Engineering Services Manager for the Town of Lacombe from 2007-2012.
He also serves as the Chief Administrative Officer for the North Red Deer Regional Wastewater Services Commission.
"Council is convinced that Matthew is the right choice for this critical position, given his long-standing familiarity with Lacombe’s municipal operations and our regional partners, and his proven attention to fiscal responsibility," said Mayor Grant Creasey. "His experience and his ability to facilitate meaningful public engagement has resulted in many successful programs, and we look forward to working with him to achieve our strategic vision."
"I feel privileged to be given the opportunity to become the next Chief Administrative Officer for the City of Lacombe," said Matthew Goudy. "I believe that the relationships I have developed and experience gained in my various roles with the City of Lacombe will help me continue the good work of Council and staff in making Lacombe a great community."
Matthew Goudy came to Lacombe by way of Saskatchewan.
He is married to Nicole, and has two young daughters, Amelia and Liliana.
He enjoys many outdoor pursuits, including skiing and camping, and is an avid motorcycle enthusiast.
(Gary McKinnon - The City of Lacombe)
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