Glen McNeil re-elected as Huron County Warden for 2023-2024 term

November 30, 2022

Huron County, Ontario – Huron County Council re-elected Glen McNeil, Mayor of the Township of Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh, as Huron’s Warden at the November 30, 2022 Inaugural Session.  This next term of Warden is for the 2023-2024 period, which represents the first two years of Council’s four-year term.

“I am honoured for this opportunity to continue serving Huron County as its Warden,” said re-elected Warden Glen McNeil.  “Through the shared determination of Council and staff, I believe this term of County Council will accomplish great things for the Huron community that reaffirms us as a forward thinking and inclusive community”.

Warden is the term used to describe the Head of a County Council. Some of the functions of this role include chairing council meetings, providing leadership to council, representing the County at official functions, acting as its official Spokesperson, and more. The position of Warden is achieved through a vote of peers on County Council.

The regional government of Huron County is governed by County Council, which is made up of 15 members from Huron’s nine local municipalities. County Council representatives for the 2022-2026 term are:

Township of Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh
Mayor | Glen McNeil
Deputy Mayor | Bill Vanstone

Municipality of Bluewater
Mayor | Paul Klopp
Deputy Mayor | John Becker

Municipality of Central Huron
Mayor | Jim Ginn
Deputy Mayor | Marg Anderson

Town of Goderich
Mayor | Myles Murdock
Deputy Mayor | Trevor Bazinet

Township of Howick
Reeve | Doug Harding

Municipality of Huron East
Mayor | Bernie MacLellan
Deputy Mayor | Alvin McLellan

Municipality of Morris-Turnberry
Mayor | Jamie Heffer

Township of North Huron
Reeve | Paul Heffer

Municipality of South Huron
Mayor | George Finch
Deputy Mayor | Jim Dietrich

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For more information contact:

Glen McNeil,
519.524.8394 (ext 3224)