BY SOUTHGREY STAFF –
There’s a new face gracing the halls at the Municipality of Grey Highlands' offices in Markdale. Rob Adams was recently announced as CAO earlier this year.
“I am ready to meet the challenges ahead as we continue to provide efficient and valued services,” said Adams as he commenced duties January 9.
Before joining the staff at Grey Highlands, Adams worked for many years in the private sector as a business leader and entrepreneur. In addition, he has a wealth of experience in government as former Mayor of the Town of Orangeville and Warden for Dufferin County, also serving on the Headwaters Health Care, Theatre Orangeville, Orangeville Police Commission and Orangeville Hydro Boards. He also holds a Master of Public Administration from Western University.
“I feel privileged to have the opportunity to join such a talented and respectful group of people and look forward to working in what I believe is an extraordinary community,” said Adams as he took his position with optimism amongst Mayor and Council as they anticipate working with Adams on the many projects and issues over the current term.
Adams may also be spotted at local sporting events as he has been an active coach in AAA minor hockey.
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