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1983-2000 - Robert Maxwell Morrow

Robert Maxwell Morrow
Robert Maxwell Morrow

Born in Hamilton Bob Morrow first ran for public office in 1968. He won an aldermanic seat but was disqualified because he did not appear on the assessment roll. His father George Morrow ran in the by-election and was elected. Bob ran again in the 1970 municipal election and was elected Alderman for Ward One. In 1972 he later was elected to Board of Control and re-elected to that position in 1974, 1976 and 1978 topping the polls in the latter two elections thus becoming deputy mayor. When Board of Control was abolished in 1980 he left politics but returned in 1982 to run for Mayor. He was elected and became Mayor of Hamilton in 1983. He went on to become the longest serving Mayor in the history of Hamilton, serving until 2000. In the election to choose the first Mayor for the newly amalgamated city of Hamilton, he was defeated by Robert E. Wade of Ancaster.  In March of 2005 Bob Morrow was appointed a Citizenship Judge.

 

Born: August 9,1946

Married: Guay Bayliss, May 15, 1977

 

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Central Library 4th Floor Closure - July 26, 2014

The Central Library's 4th Floor will be closed from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 26, 2014, for a program.
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Thursday, July 24 - Bookmobile Service Change Notice

Thursday evening Bookmobile stops will be changed as follows:
McQuesten: 2:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Bennetto: 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Please note that only hold request items will be available.
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Locke Branch - Automatic Door Openers are down

Automatic door openers at our Locke branch are down at the moment.
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Access to Locke branch via Accessibility door unavailable until further notice.

The Outside Accessibility door is functioning, but the door from the lobby to the inside of the library is not working at this time. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

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