Mayor Davis Welcomes new Chief Administrative Officer | Brian Hutchings

The Chief Administrative Officer is the City’s senior executive manager, overseeing all City Commissions and departments, including over 1,800 employees and approximately 190 discrete business units. He replaces the current retiring CAO Darryl Lee, Ted Salisbury before him and John Brown before him going back to the early 2000’s. Under Municipal law, the CAO is
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The call was sent out around 6:00 am Sunday morning. The location is Northwest Rubber, 321 Henry Street, Brantford. The plant takes recycled tire rubber and re-purposes it into mats. As an update at 5:40 pm, Deputy Chief Todd Binkley advises that the Ministry of the Environment monitoring indicates the smoke is at a safe
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Many couples handle the role of public office differently. Some keep their private lives separate and some commit beyond the public attention, separate yet fully engaged. Mayor Davis and his wife Lisa fit into this latter category. His Worship made a public commitment that if he agreed to be at an event, he would guarantee
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The Mohawk/Greenwich brownfield discussion has been going on in Eagle Place over the past two decades. There has been much talk and to date no final decision on utilization. In the era of Mayor Hancock’s Council, the land was accumulated under the control of the municipality, studies were done, and consultation included potential developers, remediation
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In the article posted at the bottom of these images, the young women planning a public event through the auspices SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL OF GRAND ERIE, celebrating empowerment and self-esteem, achieved phenomenal success this day April 6 2019. Over 50 female high school students from Brant spent the day meeting new friends, listening to enthusiastic business
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Environment Canada Warning in effect  The freezing rain is expected to persist for much of the day before changing to freezing drizzle this evening. Travel throughout the day will be impacted by these conditions. Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots are likely to become icy and slippery. Be prepared to adjust your
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From the desk of a non-chef, non-culinary expert, non-cuisine educated heavy set guy that eats well. Let’s stipulate to: most of us like food, some even love it; our heritage has an immense influence on our tastes; we all know someone who is a master in the kitchen for food preparation but not necessarily as
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In a world where the impression that a customer comes first is regularly challenged, it is refreshing to see immediate response to concerns and proactive solutions… and, in  less than a day! You bring your favourite fast soul-food dinner home, sit back on your comfy couch in front of a vacation-binge-TV catching up on the
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Santa Bulletin Board: Brant Region, Canada To Delivery Elves: Please be advised that there are some changes in our labeling for delivery to Brant and Brantford City Councils: Add Davey Bailey as ‘His Worshippy’ for Brant County and Kevey Davis as ‘His Worshippy’ for Brantford; Joshey Wall, Newby-Fro-Councillor and Jan-ey Vanderstelt, as Redux-Councillor in the
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Thanks to journalist Luvern Mornin for her attendance at the debate and contribution to this article. At 7:00 p.m. on October 4th, ten of the eleven Ward 5 candidates tried out the Councillor chairs in the Brantford City Council chambers. Candidate Michael Peterson was not in attendance. Media listened, a live feed television hung from
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