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Brent Mattice Joins North Dundas By-law Department

Brent Mattice Joins North Dundas By-law Department

Thursday, May 4th, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

WINCHESTER- The Township of North Dundas has announced that retired Ontario Provincial Police Sergeant Brent Mattice has accepted a temporary position with the municipality as a By-law Enforcement Officer.

“We are very lucky to have someone, as respected as Brent, join our team for the next while” said Mayor Eric Duncan. “Council and staff know that we need to step up our by-law enforcement, particularly in property standards. Brent will help us modernize and get a program established that can truly made an improvement in this regard. We are excited about this move forward to bring his experience and reputation to North Dundas.”

Mattice joins the Township of North Dundas after a successful 30 year career with the Ontario Provincial Police. He also worked for the Municipality of South Dundas in a similar by-law enforcement capacity.

He will work part-time on contract over the next couple of years to modernize property standards and other by-law enforcement tools, and assist with an increased response and presence in the municipality.

“The process regarding property standards and other by-laws may be challenging and time consuming through the court system, but residents have told us they want more action on by-law files. With Brent joining our team, we feel this is a good step in the right direction.”

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For more information, please contact:

Stephen Mann
Economic Development and Communications Officer, Township of North Dundas
(613) 774-2105 x 244