Jim Ginn says economic activities will be his priority, heading into his next term as Mayor of Central Huron.
Ginn was officially acclaimed to the top elected position this month, as the only nominee for the role of Mayor.
He tells Country 104.9 News a few subdivisions are in the works for Clinton, as well as the municipality's OPP detachment.
With the refurbishment of reactors at Bruce Power adding tens of thousands of jobs to the area in the coming years, Ginn says the municipality is getting its ducks in a row.
He says housing will be a focus for workers who may relocate to Clinton from outside the region.
Ginn would also like to focus on helping current businesses expand, rather than simply trying to attract new businesses to Central Huron.