Denis Martin re-elected to union of Quebec municipalities executive committee

The leaders of the Union of Quebec Municipalities (UMQ) renewed their outgoing members of its Executive Committee for the year 2020- 2021, committee on which the mayor of the City of Deux-Montagnes, Mr. Denis Martin, sits. The meeting took place on May 20th.
Honored by the confidence shown in him once again by the UMQ’s board of directors, particularly in this time of health crisis, Mayor Denis Martin will therefore continue to use his experience on the Executive Committee, the organization’s senior level of authority: “I am extremely committed to the continuation of the work carried out by the committee, in particular since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis. Economic recovery is one of the most important phases and I intend to participate actively in the search for solutions to support municipalities in coping with this important challenge,” he said.
Mayor Denis Martin also occupies the function of president of the Commission on the economic development, which also adds to his role of prefect of the MRC of Deux-Montagnes and member of the commission of transport of the Metropolitan Community of Montreal (CMM).
About the UMQ
For the past 100 years, the UMQ has represented local governments in every region of Quebec. The UMQ mission is to provide strong leadership for effective, autonomous local governments by mobilizing municipal expertise, supporting members in carrying out their functions, and promoting enhanced municipal democracy. UMQ members, representing over 85% of the population and land area of Quebec, are grouped into affinity caucuses: local municipalities, central municipalities, regional cities, major cities, and municipalities in the Montreal metropolis.