Beadman gets big job
Mark Mieto, Chief Administrative Officer of the City of Greater Sudbury, has announced the appointment of Tim Beadman as Acting General Manager of Emergency Services.
Effective immediately, Beadman will oversee emergency medical services, fire services and emergency planning and preparedness for the City of Greater Sudbury.
Doug Wuksinic, the city?s General Manager of Corporate Services, had been performing the duties on an interim basis since the spring of 2002.
?Mr. Wuksinic has done an excellent job leading emergency services over the past several months and I commend him for his efforts,? said Mieto.
?The budget discussions that are set to begin, however, will require Mr. Wuksinic?s full attention. The budget is an important process that affects all departments in the city.?
Beadman is a native of Cochrane with more than 20 years of experience in the field of emergency services. He has been Director of Emergency Medical Services since 1999 when the municipality assumed the administration of land ambulance services.
Prior to joining the city, Beadman held a number of senior management positions with the Ministry of Long Term Health and Long Term Care in the Emergency Health Services Branch.
Reliable gets big contract
A contract for just over $813,000 has been awarded to Reliable Window Cleaners (Sudbury) Ltd., operating as Reliable Cleaning Services, to maintain the Tax Services Office in Sudbury.
Under the two-year contract, which includes two one-year renewal options, Reliable will provide all the equipment, labour and supervision needed to clean the Tax Services Offcice.
The company will be responsible for window cleaning, interior plant maintenance, pest control and waste removal.
The contract will maintain 15 jobs until it expires in September 2004.
The City of Greater Sudbury is reminding citizens holiday season is recycling time. Most packaging and wrapping items are recyclable and should not be included with regular household garbage.
Wrapping paper, wrapping paper rolls, cardboard flattened to a minimum 76 by 76 centimetres (30 by 30 inches), paper cartons for eggs, greeting cards, envelopes, pie trays, catalogues, liquor bottles and eggnog containers can all be recycled.
Citizens are asked to flatten cardboard, remove all plastic windows and remove ribbons and bows from wrapping paper. Tissue paper, Styrofoam and foil wrapping paper are not accepted.
There will be no collection of household garbage or Blue Box recyclables and all Greater Sudbury landfill sites will close on Christmas Day and New Year?s Day. Collection normally scheduled for Wednesdays will be moved to the following Saturdays on December 28 and January 4. Collection will proceed as normally scheduled on Boxing Day. For more, call 673-BLUE (2583).