Lincoln Regional Councillor Rob Foster has bee re-elected to the board of the Association of the Municipalities of Ontario.
The veteran Lincoln politician will serve another two-year term after serving since 2018. He was re-elected Tuesday during the annual AMO conference, which ran virtually this year Aug. 17 to 19.
The AMO promotes and works with the province and federal governments on municipal issues.
Foster, a municipal political veteran, has been involved in the Lincoln community for almost two decades. He was first elected to Lincoln town council in 2001 and has represented Ward 1 for over 18 years. He served many roles in the community, including the deputy mayor, chair of planning and development, and chair for the Corporate Priorities/Business Planning Committee.
AMO is a non-partisan, non-profit organization that works to support Ontario’s municipalities. The organization is governed by a board of directors, which is comprised of 43 municipal representatives. The board meets five times per year and holds an annual conference every Aug.