It’s Halliday season.
Grey Highlands Deputy Mayor Stewart Halliday was elected as the 2018 Grey County Warden Tuesday night.
Halliday was elected on December 5 at the inaugural meeting of Grey County Council, defeating Councillor John Bell, the Deputy-mayor of West Grey who also ran for the warden’s position.
Halliday was nominated for the Warden’s position by Grey County councillors Gail Ardiel and Harley Greenfield.
“I look forward to this new responsibility as your warden and by further working together as a council on the initiatives that have been set in place during the past three years we now have a chance to bring it all together,” said Halliday.
Halliday has served as an elected official in Grey Highlands for more than 10 years. This is his third term with the municipality and his first as the deputy mayor and member of Grey County council. Mr. Halliday, a registered professional industrial engineer, worked for 38 years in senior manufacturing management positions.
“I look forward to this new responsibility as your Warden and by further working together as a Council on the initiatives that have been set in place during the past three years we now have a chance to bring it all together. Acting as your clean-up warden for this four-year term, I hope to have a great finish for our final year in 2018.”
photo courtesy of Grey County