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County CAO Retiring

Friday December 2nd, 2022, 10:43am


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County of Essex CAO Mike Galloway will be retiring from the public sector after 30 years. 
Galloway started his municipal journey in his hometown of Kitchener and worked as the Chief Executive for municipalities in the Niagara and Peel Regions before coming to the County of Essex in 2020.

He also served on the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) Board of Directors for 15 years and has been a sought-after speaker and instructor across the province in the field of Executive Management. He lectures at Brock University and has been an instructor for the Executive Diploma in Management program for close to 20 years.

“It’s a bit surreal. My first municipal job was back in 1988 and serving the public has been a focal part of my life ever since. When I did a recap recently on how many elected officials I have worked with over my career it was difficult to come up with an exact number, but I know for sure I have worked directly with seven mayors and I estimate over 100 members of council,” said Galloway.

Galloway will immediately begin to assist County Council with the search for a replacement and will officially retire from public service in the first quarter of 2023.


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