Cramahe Township Mayor Mandy Martin elected new warden of Northumberland County – Peterborough

Cramahe Township Mayor Mandy Martin elected new warden of Northumberland County – Peterborough

Cramahe Township Mayor Mandy Martin was elected the new Northumberland County governor during Tuesday’s inaugural meeting of the new county council.

The newly elected Council members made their declarations of office before taking up their seats on the Council. Martin received unanimous approval from the council members, which include the following mayors: Lucas Cleveland (Cobourg), Bob Crate (Trent Hills Parish), Olena Hankivsky (Port Hope Parish), Scott Jibb (Hamilton Township), John Logel (Alnwick/ Halidmand Township) and Brian Ostander (Brighton Parish).

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Election results in Trent Hills, Brighton, Hamilton Twp., Alnwick-Haldimand and Cramahe

Martin, a Colborne resident, is serving her second term as mayor. Raised in Gore’s Landing, she pursued a 40-year career in communications, marketing and journalism before entering politics.

“It is a privilege to assume this leadership role and I am grateful for the Council’s full support,” Martin said during her inaugural address. “These are challenging and uncertain times. But by working as a team, relying on staff advice, working collaboratively with our residents, and strengthening partnerships in the community, we will be successful in delivering quality programs and essential services to our residents.”

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Ostrander was also unanimously elected Deputy Director. After three decades in the printing and publishing industry, Ostrander was elected to Brighton Council for the first time in 2003. He is also in his second term as mayor.

Both the functions of district head and deputy head are for one-year terms.

Mandy Martin has been elected the new Northumberland County Warden while Brian Ostrander is the new Assistant Warden.

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“I am honored by the trust the Council has placed in me to take on these additional responsibilities,” said Ostrander. “There are many rapid changes and new policies being introduced by all levels of government. We have a history of success in overcoming hurdles, innovating and driving key priorities to deliver value to the community, and I am confident that we will continue that good leadership during this term.”

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