Conservation Authority elects board Chris Firth-Eagland

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

Chris Firth-Eagland was acclaimed Chairman of the Hamilton Conservation Authority board for a third term during the authority's annual general meeting earlier this month.

The Dundas resident first became Chairman in early 2004, after having been appointed to HCA's Full Authority by Hamilton City Council in 2001. He has been associated with the Authority for a decade in volunteer and advisory capacities.

Don McKay, Puslinch Township representative to the board, was also acclaimed Vice-Chairman for his third term. The Vice-Chairman automatically assumes the chair of HCA's Budget and Administration committee.

Other members elected to the committee were former Authority chair Mark Shurvin, Sergio Manchia and Phil Bruckler.

Also acclaimed to their previously-held positions were Jim Howlett, as Chairman of the Conservation Areas advisory board, and Dave Braden, as Chairman of the Water Management and Environmental Impact advisory board.

"I take this position very seriously," Firth-Eagland told the board after his acclamation to the position. "It's truly an honour to represent you as Chairman. I hope you'll keep me on my toes."

Conservation Authority elects board Chris Firth-Eagland

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

Chris Firth-Eagland was acclaimed Chairman of the Hamilton Conservation Authority board for a third term during the authority's annual general meeting earlier this month.

The Dundas resident first became Chairman in early 2004, after having been appointed to HCA's Full Authority by Hamilton City Council in 2001. He has been associated with the Authority for a decade in volunteer and advisory capacities.

Don McKay, Puslinch Township representative to the board, was also acclaimed Vice-Chairman for his third term. The Vice-Chairman automatically assumes the chair of HCA's Budget and Administration committee.

Other members elected to the committee were former Authority chair Mark Shurvin, Sergio Manchia and Phil Bruckler.

Also acclaimed to their previously-held positions were Jim Howlett, as Chairman of the Conservation Areas advisory board, and Dave Braden, as Chairman of the Water Management and Environmental Impact advisory board.

"I take this position very seriously," Firth-Eagland told the board after his acclamation to the position. "It's truly an honour to represent you as Chairman. I hope you'll keep me on my toes."

Conservation Authority elects board Chris Firth-Eagland

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

Chris Firth-Eagland was acclaimed Chairman of the Hamilton Conservation Authority board for a third term during the authority's annual general meeting earlier this month.

The Dundas resident first became Chairman in early 2004, after having been appointed to HCA's Full Authority by Hamilton City Council in 2001. He has been associated with the Authority for a decade in volunteer and advisory capacities.

Don McKay, Puslinch Township representative to the board, was also acclaimed Vice-Chairman for his third term. The Vice-Chairman automatically assumes the chair of HCA's Budget and Administration committee.

Other members elected to the committee were former Authority chair Mark Shurvin, Sergio Manchia and Phil Bruckler.

Also acclaimed to their previously-held positions were Jim Howlett, as Chairman of the Conservation Areas advisory board, and Dave Braden, as Chairman of the Water Management and Environmental Impact advisory board.

"I take this position very seriously," Firth-Eagland told the board after his acclamation to the position. "It's truly an honour to represent you as Chairman. I hope you'll keep me on my toes."