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Bryan Lewis throws his hat into Halton Hills Mayoral Race

With Municipal elections coming in the fall, and current Mayor, Rick Bonnette set to step down in November, long time Ward 2 Councillor Bryan Lewis has decided to throw his hat into the Mayoral Race for Halton Hills as a candidate.


In a press release today (June 7) Bryan officially announced...


BRYAN LEWIS TO SEEK ELECTION AS MAYOR OF HALTON HILLS


Bryan Lewis has filed the necessary documents to seek the position of Mayor of Halton Hills in the upcoming election. (Monday, October 24, 2022)


Bryan grew up in Halton Hills/Georgetown residing on Normandy Boulevard as a youth; married Elaine from Mississauga and returned home, residing in rural Halton Hills for the past 50 years. Bryan quickly states: “I only know Halton Hills”. Members of his family also reside in Halton Hills (2 daughters; brother; sister, their families and other relatives). Bryan is passionate about Halton Hills, having served as a Rural Councillor for the past 22 years. His Family has been active within the Community (Father as Fire Chief; Brother, Deputy Fire Chief; wife & daughters as school volunteers for example).


Bryan believes “experience has value”. He is appreciative of Mayor Bonnette’s guidance to Staff and Council for many years.


In seeking the Mayor’s seat; he has collaborated with current members of Town Council and citizens who have signed his nomination papers from Acton; Glen Williams; Limehouse; Hornby; Georgetown and areas of our community that connect all of Halton Hills. The daily calls and emails of support are greatly appreciated.


Bryan has served in many capacities over his 22 year tenure in politics: Finance Committee; Fire Committee; Library Board; Arena Steering Committee; Conservation Halton and is currently Second Vice President of Good Roads (an Ontario wide organization).


Bryan worked over 1,000 games as NHL Referee and was also the NHL Referee-in-Chief (managed a staff of more than 75) and administered to officiating needs and discipline in the NHL; AHL; ECHL; CHL and OUA Men’s Hockey.


The slogan noted on Town Vehicles: Working Together - Working for You can be accepted in Bryan’s campaign notes and when stating YOU, he will reference all Town Staff and ALL residents of Halton Hills.


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