Sharon Martin

It has been a privilege to serve on Mono Council for the last four years. We have had to deal with some challenges and difficult issues. I am certain we dealt with each problem with our constituents upper most in our minds. Gravel, high speed internet, noise complaints, engaging all citizens will all be ongoing issues.
Being out in the community has been the highlight of each and every year. Winterfest, Mono on a Bike Family Ski Day, the Mayor Ryan’s Levy, the 150 Family Picnic at Mono Centre and the recent opening of the Mono Pollinator Garden have all added to the excitement of living in the best Rural town in Ontario.
Town committees including Heritage, Shelburne Library, Headwaters Tourism and the Mono Pollinator Garden have all been part of my busy years as councillor. I am also involved with the farm to school monthly program that brings fresh farm produce to participating students. Physicians Search & Retention committee and also many years of involvement with the elementary school’s cross country ski program round out my activities in the greater community.
Mono has over the years been building a reputation for environmental action. We must work diligently to preserve and protect Mono farmland. We must stay vigilant when it comes to keeping our air, land and water free from contaminates. We must work with our neighbours in Dufferin County who have these same goals for the environment.We live here not just because our taxes are less. We live here because of the open spaces, the streams, the rivers, the trails, the clean air, and the true sense of community that prevails in a Rural Town. It is my sincerest wish that I be returned as a councillor for the Town of Mono.

Phone: (519) 215-9254