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Airdrie Municipal Enforcement officer recognized for 30 years of dedication

Maury Karch, Municipal Enforcement Coordinator

Airdrie, Alberta – During the April 17 Council meeting, Maury Karch, Municipal Enforcement Coordinator for the City of Airdrie, was presented with the Alberta Peace Officer Long Service Recognition Medal.

“It is an absolute pleasure to celebrate Maury’s many years of dedicated service to our community,” said Lynn Mackenzie, Manager, Municipal Enforcement and RCMP Support Services.

The Service Medal recognizes an officer exceeding twenty years of dedicated service in Alberta Municipal Enforcement. Maury Karch has almost 30 years of service with the City of Airdrie. The medal he was awarded dawns red ribbon representing municipal policing and displays the Alberta shield, sword and scales of justice.

Karch started his career in 1988 serving the Municipal District of Rocky View No. 44, Calgary, Alberta, where he served as a special constable from 1993-2005 in Protective Services.

He then joined the City of Airdrie in 2005 as a Community Peace Officer and in 2017 moved into the role of Municipal Enforcement Coordinator. Although you may not see him patrolling the community as often, he remains an integral part of the organization, researching emerging issues and assisting the Team Leader with proactive enforcement initiatives. The City of Airdrie extends our gratitude to Maury’s unwavering dedication to the organization. We look forward to his continued guidance in the years to come.


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