Please see this for background: http://zeehamid.com/recommended-changes-to-election-signs-bylaw/ first. Currently, our election signs bylaw makes us unique in the area (and not in a good way). We make it really easy for a wealthy candidate to crowd out everyone else, which kills the entire purpose of allowing election signs for name recognition.read more
Councillor Zeeshan Hamid has represented his constituents in the council since he was first elected in 2010.
Prior to being elected he served in the Milton Transit Advisory Committee and was Milton’s representative in Halton’s Inter-Municipal Committee on Sustainability. During his tenure at the Town Council, he has served on various boards and committees, including Transit, Interview Committee, Economic Development, and Library.
Outside of his council work, Hamid is an active volunteer, and an avid advocate for mental health, good governance, environment, youth mentoring and social justice. He is a past president of Milton Toastmasters, and is active in mentoring and coaching several youths in the community. He also currently serves as a Director of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Halton.
A graduate of the University of Waterloo, Hamid works for a large multinational corporation as a Software Development Manager in downtown Toronto, and lives in Milton with his three children.