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CAO Announces Staff Changes to Key PositionsHALTON HILLS, ON – At a recent in-camera Council briefin

HALTON HILLS, ON – At a recent in-camera Council briefing, Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall advised of staff changes to a couple of key positions. The announcement stems from news that Jane Diamanti, Commissioner of Corporate Services will be retiring.

Jane was appointed to the Commissioner role in 2016, following 14 years as the Director of Library Services for the Halton Hills Public Library.

“As the needs of the Town began to grow, I was looking to tap into talent to address key priorities and advance specific strategic initiatives,” said CAO Marshall. “Jane’s strengths as a general manager and leader in the organization have resulted in demonstrated growth and success in all of her department’s areas, notably the budget which has evolved significantly resulting in a robust and transparent process.”

Jane previously worked in Kelowna, British Columbia as the Public Services Manager for the Okanagan Regional Library.

Effective May 18, by appointment of the CAO, Chris Mills, Commissioner of Transportation and Public Works, will head up Corporate Services which includes the divisions of: Accounting, Human Resources, Information Technology, Purchasing and Revenue and Taxation.

Chris has been with the Town of Halton Hills since 2004 when he joined as the Manager of Development Engineering and subsequently held multiple positions throughout his tenure.

According to CAO Marshall, “Mayor Bonnette and all of Town Council say ‘thank you’ to Jane for her great work and unanimously support the appointment of Chris Mills”, adding “Chris’ experience in serving the community through on the street ground crews and his knowledge of project planning and working with stakeholders will serve the municipality well in his new role supporting the divisions that work behind the scenes to keep the municipality functioning.”

Bill Andrews, currently Director of Engineering will replace Chris as Interim Commissioner.

About the Town of Halton Hills The Town of Halton Hills, with a population of approximately 60,000, consists of two urban centres, Georgetown and Acton, the Halton Hills Premier Gateway employment area, three hamlets – Glen Williams, Stewarttown and Norval – and several smaller settlements. Halton Hills has long been recognized for its natural beauty, active agricultural community, high quality of life and proximity to major centres, including Brampton, Mississauga and Toronto. The Town is ranked as one of the top small communities in Canada by a national magazine. Visit


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