Ken Rogers is a Registered Professional Planner with time spent in both urban and rural development. He is familiar with many of the competing interests on land use and enjoys working with communities to help them in growth management to achieve their desired sustainability goals. Ken has planning legislation experience in three provinces and one community charter. His knowledge on various aspects of legislation saw him appointed to the Alberta Professional Planners Institute Municipal Government Act Review Task Force in 2012, responsible for providing feedback on the Government of Alberta’s review of its Municipal Government Act. He holds a Certificate of Merit from the Real Estate Institute of British Columbia, and graduated in the top three of his class at the University of British Columbia. Previously held professional designations include the RI designation as a professional member of the Real Estate Institute of British Columbia and professional agrologist (P.Ag) with the British Columbia Institute of Agrologists. His recent focus is on the successful implementation of the Village of Cumberland’s Official Community Plan objectives and policies along with Corporate Strategic Priorities.