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County of Brant CAO announces his resignation

County of BrantCounty of Brant CAO announces his resignation

Michael Bradley, Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) for the County of Brant, announced that he will be resigning later this year after ten years with the County of Brant.

Bradley will be exploring other employment opportunities.

“It has been an honour to serve the community in my various capacities here at the County,” said Bradley. “Working with such a dedicated Council and a talented municipal staff has been an amazing experience and I am very grateful to have been a part of such a great team.”

The CAO is the most senior staff member at the County and reports directly to County Council. Prior to becoming CAO in early 2018, Mr. Bradley was Deputy CAO and previously General Manager of Corporate Services.

Mayor David Bailey thanked Bradley for his leadership and assistance over the past four years, noting that Mr. Bradley has helped Council achieve many objectives since the 2018 election which included creating and implementing a new County Strategic Plan.

“While we are sad to see Michael leave, we take solace in the fact that we have a great senior team here at the County who will help Council through the transition period as we recruit for a new CAO,” said Mayor Bailey.

“I am looking forward to opening this new chapter in my career, and I will certainly support County Council in any way I can to make this transition period as smooth as possible,” said Bradley.

County Council will meet shortly to discuss a process to select a new CAO.

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