| Reeve – Glen Dow
| Division 1 – Sharon Carruthers
||Division 2 – Daryl Hemsley
| Division 3 – Les McDougall
||Division 4 – Ron Clark
| Division 5 – Neil Reece
||Division 6 – Tim Sawarin
Chief Administrative Officer – Darren Elder
Reeve Glen Dow
has served on council for 17 of the last 25 years. Glen operates a farm in the RM of Wilton.
He serves on Capital Purchases committee, Economic Development committee, SARM & government lobby, Subdivision Application Review, Regional Landfill, The Northwest Municipalities Association and many others. Glen brings a wealth of knowledge to the table, especially relating to major projects, operating efficiency, and long term municipal planning
Division 1 - Sharon Carruthers
Sharon Carruthers is serving her third term. She lives and farms with her husband, Ian, in the Lashburn area.
She is a Director on the North Sask River Agri Environmental Group Board. She serves on the Facility Maintenance, Emergency Measures Executive and Mutual Aid Committee, Pest Control, Weed Management, Lashburn Cleaning Plant Advisory, and the West Central Municipal Government Committee.
Division 2 - Daryl Hemsley
was elected to the Council of the R.M. of Wilton No. 472 in March of 2016. Daryl was born and raised in Lashburn where he farmed with his two brothers for 42 years. He is married to Veronica and they have 3 children.
Daryl's current committees are Capital Purchases, Legacy Committee, Account Review, Facility Maintenance, Weed Management, Wilton Police Board, and Lashburn Cleaning Plant Advisory.
Division 3 - Les McDougall
has called the area home for 37 years. Les has farm laborer and spent most of his years as a journeyman mechanic. Lone Rock Hall Board for 35 years. Les is married and has 2 children and 3 grandchildren. Les looks forward to working with Council and his division ratepayers.
Les's current committees are Account Review, Lloydminster Planning & Development Committee, West Central Municipal Government.
Division 4 - Ron Clark
is currently serving his second term as Councilor for Division 4. Ron lives and farms in the Lone Rock area. Ron has been on the Lone Rock Hall Board for over 35 years and also served on the Lone Rock School Board.
Some of the committees he is involved with include: Agriculture Councillor, Captial Purchases, Facility Maintenance, Sight - Lines, Storm Water Management, Britannia –Wilton Fire Department, Lashburn Fire Department, RCMP Comunity Consultative, Lashburn Seed Plant and the Wilton Police Board.
Division 5 - Neil Reece
lives near Lashburn and has been involved in the family farm for 37 years. Neil also has a family company in the oilfield that does snowplowing, grading, towing and general maintenance. He has served on the Surface Rights Board of Arbitration since 2009 and looks forward to serving on Council for his neighbors in Division 5.
Neil currently sits on the following committees: Northwest Heavy Oil Municipalities, Lashburn Seed Cleaning Plant, West Central Municipal Government.
Division 6 - Tim Sawarin
has served as councilor for Division 6 since January 1996, shortly after moving to their acreage. Tim is the manager/owner of a family welding and machining business in Lloydminster. As Wilton’s representative on the Lloydminster Community Futures Corporation since 1996, he worked in various roles including 8 years as chairperson. Tim also served as a board member for the Britannia-Wilton Rural Fire Department since 1996 and on the Lloydminster Planning District Commission for many years.
Tim currently sits on the following Committee's: Capital Purchases, Brittania Wilton Fire Department, Legacy Committee, Lakeland Library, North West Municipalities Association, South Stormwater Management, Lloydminster Planning & Development, and West Central Municipal Government.
COUNCIL CODE OF ETHICS
In 2016 amendments to the Municipalities Act& The Municipalities Regulations required all councils adopt a Code of Ethics/Conduct due to the rise in high profile incidents involving council members.
The Municipalities Act provides the legislative framework for Saskatchewan’s towns, villages, resort villages and rural municipalities. Municipalities have the responsibility to:
• deliver good government;
• provide services, facilities or other things that, in the opinion of council, are necessary or desirable for all or a part of the municipality; and
• develop and maintain safe and viable communities. These are broad and important responsibilities.
The implementation involves managing and balancing resources to meet both current and future municipal needs.
The purpose of this code is to outline basic ethical standards and values for members of council. The Code of Ethics is to be used to guide members of council respecting what their obligations are when fulfilling their duties and responsibilities as elected officials. These requirements are vital to the integrity in the decisions and day-to-day operations of the municipality.
This Code of Ethics extends to members of ALL municipal bodies including boards and committees to which individuals are elected / appointed.
What is a code of ethics anyway?
Defines standards of behavior that are expected of council and municipal bodies members to meet in their dealings with each other, employees, committees and boards, and the public.
Guiding the disclosure of Conflict of interest - this legislation protects the public interest by prohibiting members of council from participating in decisions in which they have a personal interest