2018 Warden - Paul Eagleson

Arran-Elderslie Mayor Paul Eagleson was acclaimed as Warden of Bruce County for 2018 today. Warden Eagleson is looking forward to leading the County in 2018. When reflecting back to his previous term of Warden, he comments that, “a lot has changed since 1995 when I held the position before”. He adds that “the basic responsibilities of advocating for Bruce County the place and Bruce County the organization, are still the same”.

2018 Bruce County Warden - Paul Eagleson

In addition to the County wide initiatives in the Annual Business Plan, Warden Eagleson has plans to:
• keep the Natural Gas Project moving forward,
• support the McCurdy Bridge project and
• keep the replacement of the Paramedic service station in Saugeen Shores as a priority.

“2018 will be a busy year for Bruce County as we work towards completing initiatives set out in the already approved budget”, comments Warden Eagleson.

CAO Kelley Coulter commented, “The Office of Warden is achieved through a vote of your peers on County Council. It is an honour to receive the chain of office from your peer group. I wish to congratulate Mayor Paul Eagleson and look forward to working closely with him throughout 2018.”

Warden Eagleson is the 133rd person to hold the position of Warden for Bruce County since it’s beginnings in 1867. He has served on Council for two terms and accepted the chain of office from Mitch Twolan Mayor of Huron Kinloss who served as warden for the past 3 years.

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