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John Bryant vying to become Tiny’s next deputy mayor

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Sep 2nd, 2022
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Tiny Township Councillor John Bryant.

From MidlandToday, August 30, 2022
By Derek Howard

John Bryant is looking to be the next deputy mayor of Tiny Township, to be determined at the 2022 municipal election being held on October 24. (Previously, Steve Saltsman also entered the race for deputy mayor along with Sean Miskimmins.)

“I am pleased to announce my candidacy for the position of deputy mayor of Tiny Township in the upcoming 2022 election,” said Bryant.

“As a councillor for Tiny Township, I confidently meet the challenges facing our community to ensure a better tomorrow. I am looking forward to more responsibility representing you at the County of Simcoe.

“My entire career, which has been multi-faceted, falls within the realm of municipal government with the goal of meeting the needs of local residents.

“My expertise is landscape architecture with a focus on planning and construction. This has enabled me to maintain parks, trails and waterfronts. Public consultation allows a community to thrive. This philosophy will guide me when elected.

“My cheery disposition and gregarious nature will certainly be two strong suits while I listen to your issues, concerns and suggestions for the upcoming four-year term.

“With your support and my dedication as deputy mayor, Tiny Township will have a bright future,” said Bryant.

Information on the Tiny municipal election can be found on the Township of Tiny website.

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One Response to “John Bryant vying to become Tiny’s next deputy mayor”

  1. Lynn Ansley says:

    How are you going to stop the ridiculousness of using our pristine water to wash stone, this can be done surely by water inferior for other purposes?

    As a Canadian I am offended by the smudging practices taking place in public settings and yet other religious believes, rituals are not allowed. It is my hope that either we allow none but, if one is then all must be. This is not what my forefathers laid their lives on the line for thru history. I personally will not be able to support our council if they allow this in our community events for all or the council chamber’s. Please understand that when I watched a bit of the Tribute to the Queen from Ottawa and saw the indigenous representatives smudging the church to rid of its spirits, please note as a Christian it is hopefully a spirit lead church from Christ our Lord, thru the Holy Spirit. We need representation that will stop stepping on one people to make another group feel good or justified. This is a form of abuse and ( or ) bulling in my opinion. Please tell how you will bring equal representation for all? Not only special interest groups.

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