Oakville Town Council

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The Oakville Town Council is the governing body of Oakville, Ontario, Canada.

The council consists of the mayor plus twelve elected councillors, two per ward, representing the town as a whole.

Within each ward, the Town Councillor represents the ward solely in Oakville Town Council. The Town and Regional Councillor is a member of the governing council of the Regional Municipality of Halton, in addition to being a member of the Town Council.

Councillors[edit]

The Head of Council (Mayor) is Rob Burton.

2014–2018 Council[edit]

Ward Regional & Town
Councillor
Town
Councillor
Communities
1 Sean O'Meara Ralph Robinson Bronte
2 Cathy Duddeck Ray Chisholm Southwest Oakville, Central Oakville
3 Dave Gittings Nick Hutchins Ennisclare Park, Charnwood, Old Oakville, Clearview
4 Allan Elgar Roger Lapworth Glen Abbey, West Oak Trails, Westmount, Bronte Creek
5 Jeff Knoll Marc Grant Sunningdale, Castle Green, Kent Gardens, Rivers Oaks, Uptown Core
6 Tom Adams Natalia Lishchyna Holton Heights, Falgarwood, Wedgewood Creek, Joshua Creek

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Ward 6 councillor Max Khan, town councillor since 2006, died March 28, 2015.[2] Ward 2 councillor Pam Damoff was elected to the House of Commons in 2015.

2010–2014 Council[edit]

Mayor: Rob Burton

Ward Regional & Town
Councillor
Town
Councillor
1 Alan Johnston Ralph Robinson
2 Cathy Duddeck Pam Damoff
3 Keith Bird Dave Gittings
4 Allan Elgar Roger Lapworth
5 Jeff Knoll Marc Grant
6 Tom Adams Max Khan

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See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Unofficial Oakville election results". Inside Halton. Metroland Media. 25 October 2010. Archived from the original on 26 October 2010. 
  2. ^ http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/oakville-mourns-max-khan-after-town-councillor-dies-suddenly-1.3014160
  3. ^ "Unofficial Oakville election results". Inside Halton. Metroland Media. 25 October 2010. Archived from the original on 26 October 2010.