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Brockton Hires Community Development Coordinator

Source: Brockton
Date: Tue Sep 18 16:17:26 MST 2018

Brockton, ON, September 17, 2018 – The Municipality of Brockton is pleased to announce that Paulette Peirol has accepted the position of Community Development Coordinator.

Paulette is a communications specialist with extensive experience in journalism, marketing and municipal tourism. For the past ten years Paulette has been the Tourism Marketing Coordinator for the City of Owen Sound where she honed her skills in media and public relations, strategic planning and community development. Paulette will start working with Brockton on October 9, 2018.

Brockton Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), Sonya Watson, welcomes Paulette to Brockton’s team, “I am excited to work with Paulette to continue our efforts to move Brockton forward with community and business development activities, policy development that supports corporate marketing and communications, as well as business retention and newcomer attraction.”


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