AMTA forms new Boards

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CALGARY, Alta. — The Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA) has formed three new Boards, and is looking for volunteers.

The AMTA has added a Compliance Advisory Board, a Safety Advisory Board and a Member Services Committee to address issues affecting members.

The chairs of each Board will be responsible for reporting directly to the AMTA Board of Directors, and can expect to host about six meetings a year.

Interested members are encouraged to contact Sharon Johnson of the AMTA at 403-243-3767.

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