Meet our Village of Clive Council
Mayor Anita Gillard
I have been on the Village of Clive council for eight years, serving seven as Mayor.
I love our Village and am proud to be of service. In addition to our Council, I am a Director on the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association and represent 32 villages at the table. That too is a great learning experience which I believe is an asset to our community as I am always learning new things to bring back to our municipality. I am a strong believer in economic development and growth, and I take every opportunity to advertise our village across the Province.
The Village of Clive is a great place to live and together with you, the residents, we can make it even better!
Deputy Mayor Luci Henry
My husband, Garth and I along with our two girls Lucienne and BreAnnah have lived in Clive for eleven years. We enjoy the "country living" atmosphere and look forward to its contined growth while maintaining the "small Town" feel. I have been very involved with the Clive School and have been the Chair of the Clive School Parent Council for the past 8 years.
This is my second time serving on Council and I find being an elected official is a learning, rewarding and positive way to be involved in Village affairs.
Committees that I presently serve on are Clive Municipal Planning Commission, Intermunicipal Planning Committee, Lacombe Foundation Board, Clive Public Library Board and Volunteer Appreciation Committee. I am also the Deputy Director of Emergency Management for Clive.
Councillor Bev Krochak
My name is Bev Krochak. I am honored to be elected to the Clive Village Council. My husband, Gary, and I have lived in Clive for 25 years and raised our 4 children here. We found it to be a great village to raise children. I have almost been on every organization in town that involves children, ag society, hockey, figure skating, school board, school sports, baseball, and also the hall board and the curling club.
As a Village Councillor, I represent the Village on the following committees: Parkland Regional Library (alternate representative on the Clive Library Board), Lacombe Regional Solid Waste Authority, Disaster Services and the Municipal Planning Commission. I am looking forward to a very informative and interesting 3 years on council. Please feel free to contact me with any of your concerns
Councillor Dan Graden
I have lived in Clive all my life and have a small farm within the Village limits. I have been active in the community throughout the years, having been involved with various organizations within the village. I have been a longtime supporter of the Clive Ag Society and I coached and umpired baseball in both Clive and Lacombe. As well, I drove school bus for 15 years.
I work for Lacombe County during the summer and at the Clive Arena for the winter season.
I was a Councillor for the Village of Clive from 1991 - 1998 including serving as Mayor to the Village from 1993-1995. I was on Council again from 2001-2007. After a brief period away from Council, I am pleased to be back and I look forward to serving my community as a Councillor once again.
I am currently on the following Council Committees: CAP (Community Advisory Panel CP Rail), Disaster Services, Hwy 12/21 Regional Water Commission, and the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board.
Councillor Marvin Wieler
Council Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month at 6:00 PM in Council Chambers in the Village Office. Anyone may attend the Council Meetings.
Procedure For Addressing Council:
- All requests and/or presentations to Council are to be done in writing (by email, mail, hand-delivered or fax) by noon on the Thursday prior to a Council meeting. Once you have made your request to attend as a delegation, you will be advised of the date and time of your appointment at a Council meeting.
- Any documents you have that will aid Council in making informed decisions would be appreciated. These should be left at the municipal office the week prior to your meeting with Council so that copies can be made for the agenda packages.
- At the meeting you attend, Council members will listen to your presentation and ask any questions of you to help them clearly understand. A decision may or may not be made at that meeting. Depending on the request it may be added to the next agenda to give administration sufficient time to research, if necessary.