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Mayor Jim Harrison

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 About Jim Mayor Harrison

Mayor Jim Harrison won re-election to a second term as Quinte West’s Mayor in October 2018. He intends to continue his focus on ensuring residents have access to healthcare, upgrading infrastructure, and working on a solution to the local affordable housing crisis.

Prior to his election as Mayor in 2014, Mayor Harrison served as a Quinte West Councillor from 1997-2014 and Deputy Reeve of Murray Township from 1991-1997.

As Mayor, he sits as Ex-Officio on all City Committees and is a member of the Eastern Ontario Mayor's Caucus. The EOMC is made up of the Mayors of 11 urban municipalities of Eastern Ontario. He has previously served as the chair of the Quinte West Police Services Board, and of Lower Trent Conservation. He was both on the Board of Directors and President of Ontario Good Roads Association during his previous terms of Council. Mayor Harrison's extensive municipal experience provides him with much insight into how to address the needs of the City and our community.

A retired elementary school principal of 33 years, Mayor Harrison has also been farming all his life and continues to raise beef cows and grow cash crops. He lives in Murray Ward with his wife Jane. They have two grown children and six grandchildren.

 

 

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City of Quinte West Public Flex GIS

Welcome to the City of Quinte West Public Flex GIS map site. The mapping system runs on ESRI's ArcGIS for Flex.



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  • Arial Photos for 2013, 2008 and 2002
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