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Council appoints Rose Milczyn as councilor for remaining term of Etobicoke North

Residents of Etobicoke North will welcome new City Council members for the final months of their current term.

The Toronto City Council has appointed Rose Milczyn to the Board of Trustees for District 1 – Etobicoke North Monday.

Her appointment is effective immediately and will continue until the current term of the Council expires on November 14th.

The seat was declared vacant after state legislator Michael Ford won the seat to represent the region in state elections.

On June 24, the council appointed Rosemary Bryan to the seat for the remainder of her term. However, Bryan resigned hours after his appointment after numerous anti-LGBTQ2S old Facebook posts of him came to light.

The Board then initiated a new process to fill the vacancies.

By law, the City Council must fill vacancies if they become vacant more than 90 days after the next City Council election. Voters will head to the polls to choose a new council on Oct. 24.

In a letter to the city council, Mirzin said he did not intend to run for the next city council elections.

Milczyn has served as executive assistant to many elected officials in Toronto and Mississauga and has held various roles in the city’s Municipal Licensing and Standards Department for the past 18 years.

She is also a former Etobicoke City Councilor and spouse of MPP Peter Milchin.

A total of 17 candidates participated in the latest appointment process, and the council took the time to hear from each candidate before making its decision on Monday.



Council appoints Rose Milczyn as councilor for remaining term of Etobicoke North

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