Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Town's top engineer takes post in Guelph
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Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 2 Mar 2007, p. 3


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The Town of Halton Hills will have to start looking for a new engineer after Rick Henry has accepted the job of City Engineer with the City of Guelph. Henry, the Director of Engineering, Public Works and Building Services since 2004, tendered his resignation Tuesday. His last day with the Town of Halton Hills is March 29 and his first day on the job in Guelph is March 30. In his ninth year with the Town of Halton Hills, Henry said those years have been excellent. "I've had a very supportive staff, and I've made a lot of good friends," he said. "It's been great here and I've really enjoyed Halton Hills and I've been very appreciative of the opportunity." However, he was ready for a new challenge, and when the Guelph job presented itself, he decided to go for it. It's a closer drive for the Belwood resident, whose wife also works in Guelph. "It (the job) was just a nice fit," he said. "His leadership and friendship will be very much missed by all that serve this municipality," said Chief Administrative Officer Dennis Perlin in press release. "We wish Rick all the best in his new position at the City of Guelph."


Creator:
Gamble, Cynthia
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Newspaper
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Date of Publication:
2 Mar 2007
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Henry, Rick ; Perlin, Dennis
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Town of Halton Hills ; City of Guelph
Local identifier:
Halton.News.220084
Language of Item:
English
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Town's top engineer takes post in Guelph