Newmarket’s Ward 5 Councillor Bob Kwapis elected to the 2020-2022 AMO Board of Directors, Small Urban Caucus
the most recent Annual Conference of the Association of Municipalities of
Ontario (AMO), it was announced that the Town of Newmarket’s Ward 5 Councillor
Bob Kwapis was elected to the 2020-2022 Association of Municipalities Ontario
(AMO) Board of Directors, Small Urban Caucus.
“Congratulations to Ward 5 Councillor Bob Kwapis for being elected to the
2020-2022 AMO Board of Directors, Small Urban Caucus,” says Mayor John Taylor.
“Councillor Kwapis will not only be representing Newmarket and York Region, but
also all municipalities in Ontario. He will help set policies for the association
and serve as a key municipal leader in the province. Congratulations on this
“It is an honour to be elected to the 2020-2022 AMO Board of Directors, Small
Urban Caucus,” says Ward 5 Councillor Bob Kwapis. “I look forward to working
with the other board of directors to share and shape policies that will assist
the association in implementing more cost-saving programs, training
opportunities and help to create stronger and more effective municipalities in
“AMO benefits from membership from across the province, and a
Board that reflects the diversity of Ontario’s municipal governments. To that
end, I am pleased to have Bob Kwapis on the 2020-2022 Board team,” said newly
elected AMO President Graydon Smith.
About the Association of Municipalities
AMO is a non-profit organization representing almost all of Ontario’s 444
municipal governments. AMO supports strong and effective municipal government
in Ontario and promotes the value of municipal government as a vital and essential
component of Ontario and Canada’s political system.
AMO’s Memorandum of Understanding with the Province gives it the opportunity to
provide input on decisions impacting municipal governments. AMO staff works on
dozens of policy files that impact people’s daily lives – ranging from safe
roads, public health and safety and many more.
For more information, please visit AMO.on.ca