2006 Wally Lucente
Wally Lucente was elected as Ward 5 Alderman/Councillor in 1988. He was re-elected consecutively and served the municipality for 15 years, until 2003. During his 15 years tenure, Mr. Lucente responded to over 14,000 constituent enquiries and served in various capacities on a variety of committees, which included Parks, Recreation and Tourism Advisory Committee, Waterfront Advisory Committee, Mohawk Lake Committee, Brantford Police Services Board, Emergency Measures Committee, Mutual Planning Advisory Committee, Heritage Committee, Brantford General Hospital Board of Governors, City-County Liaison Committee, Economic Development Board, Grants Community, Brantford Round Table on the Environment and the Economy, Business Improvement Area Board and Management, Six Nations Liaison Committee, Waste Reduction Steering Committee, and the Police Services Board Citizens Appointment Review Committee. Wally was very dedicated in his service to the community.
As Chair of the Engineering Sector, Wally Lucente was part of a Council that developed and completed the Wayne Gretzky Parkway and the BSAR extension, which has provided development and growth opportunities for the City of Brantford. Since leaving Brantford City Council, Wally Lucente continues to serve his community as Chair of the Brant County Police Services Board while in his employ with the Ontario Ministry of Labour. Together with his wife Carmen, share 6 children and 10 grandchildren.