Greg Currie running for Aylmer mayor

Monday, July 7th, 2014

Greg Currie, who as the spokesman for the Aylmer Taxpayers Advisory Committee who had been vocal about what they believe is a public spending problem in town, is running to become the next mayor.

The retired Ontario Police College instructor and pre-hiring police officer testing company owner filed his nomination to run against current Mayor Jack Couckuyt and local businessman Calvin Brydges on Friday, July 4.

In other municipal election news, incumbent Aylmer Councillor John Vandermeersch filed his nomination on July 4 to run again for the same position in the Oct. 27 municipal election.

Reader Comments (1)
  • Clifford Byrne on Tuesday, July 8th, 2014 at 4:12 pm

    I must say that I am absolutely delighted to hear that a candidate of the caliber of Greg Currie has made public his intention to run for the mayor of Aylmer. Knowledge, integrity, maturity, accountability, etc., etc. This candidate has the complete package.
    Let’s “get ‘er done” Greg !

    Regards,
    Cliff and Pam Byrne

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