Cramahe Township Fire Chief Moving On

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Today’s Northumberland has confirmed that is leaving his position as the Fire Chief for Cramahe Township.

Mark MacDonald was hired in March 2021 as the Fire Chief of Cramahe Township.

Previously he was the Fire Chief of Belleville before retiring.

MacDonald will be officially resigning in September and will be taking on a role with the Ontario Association of Fire Chief’s on a part-time basis as a Fire Service Liaison.

Cramahe Council is considering options for his replacement.

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