David Trotman hired as Mono’s new town planner

July 7, 2016   ·   0 Comments

David Trotman has been appointed to succeed Mark Early as Mono’s Director of Planning.

Mr. Early, who earlier this year succeeded Keith McNenly as the Town’s CAO, described Mr. Trotman as “a Registered Professional Planner in Canada with 25 years of land development and re-development experience. He is also a member of the Canadian Institute of Planners and an affiliate member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.”

In his previous roles with Land Plan Strategies Inc., the Town of New Tecumseth and the City of Barrie, he was involved in community planning projects, land development project management, Planning Act approvals, Ontario Municipal Board appeals, land use assessments and evaluations.

He has a B.A.A., Urban & Regional Planning from Ryerson University and B.E.S / B. Arch Program, Architecture and Urban Design from the University of Waterloo.

The announcement last Thursday said Mr. Trotman will take up his new duties with the Town “in mid-July.”

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