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TBDSSAB 2014 Board Executive

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February 1, 2014 – At the January 23rd Inaugural Board meeting The District of Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board (TBDSSAB ) The consolidated annual Aldo Rubertobudget of TBDSSAB and TBDHC is $84.3 Million with a staff complement of 185.The TBDSSAB is also the sole shareholder of Thunder Bay District Housing Corporation (TBDHC).

The TBDSSAB board welcomed the new executive to lead the Board in 2014. Bob Katajamaki, who represents the Territory without Municipal Organization (TWOMO), will serve a second consecutive term as TBDSSAB Chair.

Councillor Aldo Ruberto of the City of Thunder Bay will serve a second consecutive term as Vice-Chairman, and Councillor Joe Virdiramo of the City of Thunder Bay will serve as Secretary-Treasurer.

In addition, Members of the Executive Committee were appointed which included the elected Chair, Vice-Chair and Secretary-Treasurer, along with Past-Chair Councillor Iain Angus of the City of Thunder Bay and as Member At Large Councillor Armand Giguere of the Municipality of Greenstone.

Established by Provincial legislation in 1999, The District of Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board (TBDSSAB) is responsible for the Iain Angusadministration and delivery of three legislated social services in the District of Thunder Bay: Ontario Works, Social Housing, and Child Care. Guided by a Board of Directors comprised of elected representatives from throughout the District, TBDSSAB’s vision is to provide quality services within the context of a commitment to social justice and recognition of people’s potential to achieve self-sufficiency. The TBDSSAB is also the sole shareholder of Thunder Bay District Housing Corporation (TBDHC). The consolidated annual budget of TBDSSAB and TBDHC is $84.3 Million with a staff complement of 185.

“The TBDSSAB administration is grateful for the strong leadership and dedicated efforts shown by the Board and its executive toward our staff, clients and tenants”, said TBDSSAB CAO, Bill Bradica. “We look forward to their continued support and guidance in 2014”.

 

 

 

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