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Scott Moskal

Councillor

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Joined Council in 2016

 

One of our most recent additions to Town Council, Regina-born Scott Moskal and his Regina Beach-raised wife, Lyndsay, met in 2002 when they both worked at Canadian Tire, and married in 2009. After their wedding, they began to plan a family, with the vision of country living dancing in their heads. They decided to build on one of those big, beautiful White City lots in 2010, and moved in July 1st that same year. Their house was blessed with daughter Annabel only a month and a half later. They continued building their home — adding a deck, a yard, and finishing the basement — while they continued building their family. Daughter Adalyn came home in 2013.

 

Full of love for the town, where they plan to remain even after retirement, Scott and Lyndsay decided to get involved with the “goings on” of White City, and Scott began attending council meetings. When elections were announced in 2016, the two weighed the pros and cons of a run and decided that the opportunity to shape the direction of the town they love was worth the time commitment required. Scott ran in the municipal election on October 26th, and was humbled to be elected to serve his friends, neighbours and all the citizens of White City.

 

While being a Councillor, a father, a husband, and an employee at SaskTel is a balancing act, Scott has found his time on Council to be enlightening. He’s proud to have been a part of the construction of the new outdoor skating rink — something White City residents have been hoping for for years — and he has enjoyed working to improve communication between residents and Council.

 

Like his fellow Councillors, Scott sees White City’s growth as both a blessing and a challenge. He’s hopeful the town will achieve city status in the near future, a hope that would bring a high school to benefit not just his own daughters, but generations of White City residents. But he knows growth must come with thoughtful, educated decision making. He sees the lack of multi-family housing for students, seniors and singles as one of White City’s biggest challenges and he looks forward to working with Council to solve it in his years ahead.