Change is coming at the top of the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority (NBMCA).
CAO Brian Tayler will be retiring in June 2022.
His career in conservation spanned 40 years, including 17 years with the Credit Valley Conservation Authority, four years with the former Ministry of Natural Resources before joining NBMCA in 2003.
“When Brian joined us, NBMCA was in dire shape financially; its future was in question. He provided much needed stability to pull us out of a very difficult situation. He has been a rock for this organization ever since,” says Dave Mendicino, NBMCA Board Chair.
“I’ve truly enjoyed my career and the important watershed management work we do at NBMCA,” says Tayler. “It’s been a privilege to work with such dedicated, skilled professional staff and the Board members, municipal staff and community members who have over the years shared our commitment to our watershed.”
The process to replace Tayler will be led by the executive committee of the NBMCA Board of Directors.