The work is shifting toward drainage issues
James McIntosh, a retired engineer who lives in Maberly, has been appointed to a two-year term as a vice-chairman of the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Appeal Tribunal.
He joins Edward Dries of Chatham, another engineer who was recently appointed a vice-chairman of the tribunal.
The tribunal’s docket has recently been taken up mostly by drainage appeals and there has been a reduction in appeals against marketing boards.
Brandi Neal, a lawyer from Orangeville, has also been appointed to a two-year term as a vice-chair of the appeal tribunal.