Corporate Restructuring at Sturgeon County
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Corporate Restructuring at Sturgeon County
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Corporate Restructuring at Sturgeon County

On Tuesday, August 20, 2019, Chief Administration Officer, Mr. Reegan McCullough announced changes within the Sturgeon County organizational structure to support
cost-effective service delivery and to leverage future growth opportunities.
 
The new structure focuses on the following functions:
• Infrastructure Services - Public Works functions under one division (Engineering, Transportation, Utilities, Fleet and Facility Services);
• Community Services – Resident Services (Community, Agriculture and Protective Services) under one division;
• Financial Services – Financial, Assessment and Procurement Services;
• Planning and Economic Development – Planning, Development, Economic Development, Intergovernmental Relations;
• Corporate Services – all Corporate Services (Legislative; Legal; Information Management, Information Services, Human Resources) under one division.
 
“This restructure is an important step to achieving the strategic goals set by Council,” said Chief Administration Officer, Mr. Reegan McCullough, adding, “the changes to the structure focus on integrating service delivery to residents as our number one priority.”
 
The new management team will focus on the preparation of the 2020 Budget for Council’s consideration; three management positions have been eliminated and no additional staff will be recruited
at this time.
 
“Restructuring brings benefits, such as a strong sense of renewal, alignment on direction and high-quality interaction to achieve Council’s vision,” McCullough added. “Openness to new ideas and the ability to find creative solutions to the new challenges the County is facing regionally and internationally are key to our overall competitiveness.”
 
Mr. McCullough joined Sturgeon County November 5, 2018 following his tenure as CEO for Niagara Parks Commission.
 

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