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Board of Directors – Arm’s Length 

Board of Directors are a corporation’s governing body are comprised of various memberships, including some Members of Council and sometimes citizen members.  The Boards of Directors report to their respective Shareholders. When these Boards of Directors hold a ‘meeting’ as that term is defined in the Municipal Act, 2001/the City’s Procedural By-law, it must comply with the open meeting provisions of the Municipal Act, 2001 and the City’s Procedural By-law


Board Information

The Rural Ontario Municipal Association (ROMA) is the rural arm of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO). The association is an integral part of AMO and a number of its Executive Members serve on the AMO Board of Directors. Policy, research and advocacy activities are undertaken by ROMA through AMO. Matters which affect rural communities are brought to the attention of the provincial and federal governments, and include, for example:

The Rural and Northern Plan, that deals with actions that can strengthen these communities and their place in Ontario’s economy
Infrastructure investment
Affordable rural drinking water systems
Nutrient management regulations affecting both the farm community and municipal environmental planning, minimum distance separation and biosolids
Support for federal fairness to Ontario
ROMA takes pride in promoting, supporting and enhancing strong and effective rural governments. Leadership is provided by the Chair and the Executive Committee. The Executive Committee meets approximately eight times a year at the AMO offices in Toronto.

Autonomous Body

Telephone: 905-546-2424 ext. 4408
Email: clerk@hamilton.ca

Name Position Term Start Term End Status Appointed By
Tadeson, Mark Councillor 15 Nov 2022 14 Nov 2026 Active Council