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Susan Lamb stepping down from Meewasin Valley Authority
Published Wednesday, September 26, 2012 5:51PM CST
Susan Lamb has been involved with some of Saskatoon’s biggest riverbank developments, but now she’s ready to hand over the reins to someone else.
Lamb has been with the Meewasin Valley Authority for nearly 25 years, and has served as president and CEO for the last 15 years. She's been a key player in expanding the trail system through Saskatoon, and would like to see it extend all the way from Wanuskewin, north of the city, to Whitecap First Nation in the south.
She has fond memories of many projects she's worked on, including River Landing.
"In my wildest dreams it wouldn't have turned out this well. We're out here today and seeing all these people going back and forth, people pushing strollers and families and seniors. That really is reward enough for me and certainly was one of the biggest projects I worked on and certainly the most exciting."
Lamb will retire in December. Meewasin Valley Authority is still on the search for her replacement.