Union des municipalités du Québec – Aldo Iermieri honoured for his 20 years of active life in politics
The mayor of the City of Pointe-Claire, Morris Trudeau, is proud to recognize the honour received by City Councillor Aldo Iermieri for his 20 years of active life in politics and for his dedication to our community by the Union des municipalités du Québec (UMQ).
“It is a privilege for us to highlight Mr. Iermieri’s involvement in City Council and toward our residents since 1997. Aldo Iermieri is well-known for his passion and dedication to serving the community and honours those who are involved in public service,” notes Mayor Trudeau.
Mr. Iermieri has been involved in many noteworthy projects and events in the past several years: emergency measures during the ice storm in 1998; municipal action against the merger with the City of Montréal in 2001 and for the demerger in 2004; the construction of the Olympic pool at the Aquatic Centre; major municipal infrastructure projects; the constant improvement of municipal services, including the implementation of the Aid for Seniors Program which won the UMQ’s Développement communautaire award in 2016; the development of the MULTI Card offered to all residents for free; and the adoption of the Policy on Sustainable Development.
“This is an honour that I accept with great humility, because it is only natural for me to get involved in serving others,” states Mr. Iermieri in reaction to this tribute.
Since 1995 the Union des municipalités du Québec has awarded this honour to all elected officials who have dedicated themselves entirely to municipal politics for 20 consecutive years or more. The honour was presented to Councillor Iermieri at the UMQ’s annual convention held last May in Montréal.
Mayor Morris Trudeau congratulates Mr. Aldo Iermieri, holding his trophy from the UMQ, for his 20 years of political commitment.
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