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Windsor City Council

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Windsor City Council
Type
Type
History
FoundedApril 14, 1892 (1892-04-14)[1]
New session started
December 1, 2014[2]
Leadership
Mayor of Windsor
Drew Dilkens
since October 27, 2014
Structure
Seats10 plus Mayor
Length of term
4 years
AuthorityCity of Windsor Incorporation Act, 1892
Salary$194,280 (Mayor)
$45,748 (Councillor)[3]
Elections
Last election
October 23, 2018
Next election
October 24, 2022
Meeting place
Council Chambers[4]
Windsor City Hall
Windsor, Ontario
Website
www.citywindsor.ca/mayorandcouncil/Pages/Mayor-and-City-Council.aspx

The Windsor City Council is the governing body of Windsor, Ontario, Canada.

The council consists of the mayor plus ten elected city councillors (one per ward) representing the city as a whole.

2006-2010

Council elected in the 2006 election:

Councillor Ward Notes
Eddie Francis Mayor
Dave Brister Ward 1
Drew Dilkens Ward 1
Ron Jones Ward 2
Caroline Postma Ward 2
Fulvio Valentinis Ward 3
Alan Halberstadt Ward 3
Bill Marra Ward 4
Ken Lewenza, Jr. Ward 4
Jo-Anne Gignac Ward 5
Percy Hatfield Ward 5

2010-2014

Council elected in the 2010 election:

Councillor Ward Notes
Eddie Francis Mayor
Drew Dilkens Ward 1
Ron Jones Ward 2
Fulvio Valentinis Ward 3
Alan Halberstadt Ward 4
Ed Sleiman Ward 5
Jo-Anne Gignac Ward 6
Percy Hatfield (2010-2013)
Irek Kusmierczyk (2013-2014)
Ward 7
Bill Marra Ward 8
Hilary Payne Ward 9
Al Magnieh Ward 10

2014-2018

Results of the 2014 Municipal Election for the Windsor City Council.
Results of the 2014 Municipal Election for the Windsor City Council.
Councillor Ward Communities
Drew Dilkens Mayor At-large
Fred Francis Ward 1 Brighton Beach, South Windsor
John Elliott Ward 2 Sandwich, Bridgeview, Sutherland
Rino Bortolin Ward 3 City Centre
Chris Holt Ward 4 Walkerville
Ed Sleiman Ward 5 Ford City
Jo-Anne Gignac Ward 6 Riverside
Irek Kusmierczyk Ward 7 Forest Glade, East Riverside
Bill Marra Ward 8 East Windsor
Hilary Payne Ward 9 Devonshire Heights, Roseland, Fontainebleau
Paul Borrelli Ward 10 Remington Park

2018-2022

Councillor Ward Communities
Drew Dilkens Mayor At-large
Fred Francis Ward 1 Brighton Beach, South Windsor
Fabio Costante Ward 2 Sandwich, Bridgeview, Sutherland
Rino Bortolin Ward 3 City Centre
Chris Holt Ward 4 Walkerville
Ed Sleiman Ward 5 Ford City
Jo-Anne Gignac Ward 6 Riverside
Irek Kusmierczyk (2018-2019) Ward 7 Forest Glade, East Riverside
Jeewen Gill (2020–Present)
Gary Kaschak Ward 8 East Windsor
Kieran McKenzie Ward 9 Devonshire Heights, Roseland, Fontainebleau
Jim Morrison Ward 10 Remington Park

References

External links

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