Warden won’t be seeking re-election to post when new Council meets in December

todd caseLambton County Warden Todd Case says he will not be seeking a fourth term as Warden of Lambton County.

Case, who has been acclaimed as the Mayor of Warwick Township, says he has enjoyed the experience but will now be looking to concentrate his efforts in other areas.

“I want to thank Lambton County Council and staff for their support over the last two years,” said Case.  “Lambton County residents will be facing a number of challenges in the years ahead but I believe Council and staff are well positioned to meet those challenges head-on.”

Case has also served as the chair of the Western Ontario Warden’s Caucus for the past year and says he is confident the group is heading in the right direction.

Case entered the political scene in 2001 when he was elected Mayor of Warwick Township, a position he has held since.  He was elected the County’s Deputy Warden in 2002 and has served as Warden for the 2003, 2004, and 2013-14 terms.

The Warden’s election will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, December 10 in the Council Chambers at the County Administration Building in Wyoming.  The election will also be streamed live and made available for archival viewing on the County’s website at www.lambtononline.ca.

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