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‘Willingness to co-operate’: Smiths Falls council sworn in at inaugural meeting

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The Guelph/Eramosa Township had their inaugural meeting this afternoon. Mayor Chris White is eager to get back to work, with gratefulness for the council, township staff and residents. No one campaigned against White during the last election. The entire council is the same as at the close of last term.
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‘Willingness to co-operate’: Smiths Falls council sworn in at inaugural meeting

This is the town's 137th council.

3 months ago·Ottawa, Canada
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Guelph/Eramosa council sworn in at inaugural meeting

Mayor Chris White all confidence and gratitude during inaugural address

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Cobourg council sworn-in at inaugural meeting

New Mayor Lucas Cleveland says it's been a whirlwind since election night, but he's eager to get started.

3 months ago·Port Hope, Canada
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New Kawartha Lakes city council sworn in at inaugural meeting on Tuesday

The new council for the City of Kawartha Lakes was sworn in and held its inaugural meeting on Tuesday (November 15) at City Hall in Lindsay.Elected on October 24, the new council consists of Mayor Doug Elmslie and councillors Emmett Yeo (Ward 1), Pat Warren (Ward 2), Mike Perry (Ward 3), Dan Joyce (Ward 4), Eric Smeaton (Ward 5), Ron Ashmore (Ward 6), Charles McDonald (Ward 7), and Tracy Richardson (Ward 8).“These eight individuals and I are the…

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County of Brant Council sworn in at inaugural meeting

The County of Brant hosted their inaugural meeting of Council on Tuesday, November 15, 2022.The newly elected officials took their oath of office and were officially sworn in for the 2022-2026 term of Council.“The event was well attended by elected officials’ family, friends and the community,” said David Bailey, Mayor for the County of Brant. “On behalf of Council, we are so pleased to be serving the County of Brant for the next four years. We …

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Heffer addresses Morris-Turnberry council at inaugural meeting

MORRIS-TURNBERRY – The new council term began on Nov. 15 in Morris-Turnberry with the swearing-in of new and returning councillors, the appointment of the Deputy Mayor, and a formal inaugural address from Mayor Jaime Heffer. CAO/Clerk Trevor Hallam began the meeting by congratulating council members on their election and Heffer’s acclamation back to the mayor’s… To access this post, you must purchase Digital Subscription - Monthly or Digi…

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