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Entirely new Wilmot council sworn in

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Natasha Salonen is Wilmot's first female mayor in 12 years. She is tasked with bringing together a community divided, largely, but not solely, by one key project. The controversial Prime Ministers Path project caused division in the community, regardless of which side people were on. Salonen lives adjacent to Castle Kilbride, where the statues were placed.
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Entirely new Wilmot council sworn in

WILMOT — Voters in the Oct. 24 municipal election chose a fresh slate for council and gave them a “strong mandate,” the township’s first new mayor in 12 years said Monday.The township’s first female mayor touched heavily on division and the need to bring the community together in her first address.“As I speak of Wilmot it is evident that there is division in our community,” said Mayor Natasha Salonen. “Personally I noticed it as a slight hum in …

2 months ago·Waterloo, Canada
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'Worthy of your trust': Mayor Salonen addresses Wilmot Township residents at inaugural council meeting:Wilmot's newly elected council and mayor have been sworn in

Wilmot’s newly elected council and mayor are now officially members of the Wilmot Township Council.

2 months ago·New Hamburg, Canada
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New South Huron council sworn in

SOUTH HURON – The 2022-2026 South Huron council term has officially started.

2 months ago·Exeter, Canada
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Newly Elected Council Sworn In

Meaford’s newly elected council was installed at a special inaugural session held in the Meaford Hall opera house on Monday, November 21. Before an audience of approximately 100 – many were friends and family of the council members – Meaford’s new mayor, Ross Kentner, along with acclaimed Deputy Mayor Shirley Keaveney and Councillors Steven Bartley, […]

2 months ago·Meaford, Canada
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