News Moffatt wants council to have a conversation about her recommendations SHARE ON: Kaitlin Livingston, contributor, Thursday, Dec. 1st, 2016 Photo credit: supplied The Warden of Haliburton County has chaired her last meeting of the year, and has made future suggestions to council. Reeve of Algonquin Highlands Carol Moffatt is asking council to think about making some changes to the role of county warden. Moffatt says it would be a good idea to lengthen the warden’s term to two years, because this would allow more consistency in dealing with projects. She also suggests considering a two-year term which could be extended at the will of council. Moffatt has also asked council to think about changing the title of reeve to mayor. She is hoping council will have a conversation about her recommendations. Reeve of Minden Hills Brent Devolin says these topics allow talks to involve, and it’s healthy. Councillor Cheryl Murdoch says they also need to talk about what council, staff, and ratepayers expect from the warden. Moffatt is thanking those who supported her in her second term.