Jim Ginn, Mayor of the Municipality of Central Huron, has been acclaimed as Warden of Huron County. A special ceremony was held during the inaugural session of County Council on November 23rd, 2016.
“It’s an honour to serve Huron County in this role,” said Warden Ginn. “I look forward to representing our residents over the coming two years.”
Warden Ginn was presented with the Chain of Office, the Key of Office, the Gavel, the Crest and Warden’s Pin during the inauguration ceremony. His initial priorities are to see the improvement of broadband infrastructure in Huron County; finalize and move forward on a plan to renew staff facilities; and, promote Huron County leading up to the 2017 International Plowing Match in Walton. His two-year term begins immediately.
A farmer by trade, Warden Ginn has demonstrated a strong commitment to public service in his lifetime having served on the Municipality of Central Huron Council for 13 years, including the last six as Mayor. A lifelong resident of Huron County, Warden Ginn is the fourth generation of his family to serve as the head of Central Huron, formerly Goderich Township. He and his wife Brenda have 2 adult children.