Rino Mostacci, Commissioner of Planning and Development Services, to retire from Niagara Region on October 30th
A News Release from Niagara, Ontario’s Regional Government
Posted October 14th, 2020 on Niagara At Large
After six years of service as Commissioner of Planning and Development Services, Rino Mostacci announced that he will retire from Niagara Region, effective Oct. 30.
Mostacci joined Niagara Region as commissioner in September of 2014. Since that time, he has distinguished himself as a team-builder and visionary planner, driving innovation, supporting prosperity and relentlessly encouraging better urban outcomes.
Under Mostacci, the Region adopted an innovative model of district planning that has produced the Brock District Plan in Thorold, including the new International Plaza at Regional Headquarters, and the recently approved Glendale District Plan in Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Under his leadership, the Region has also been preparing a new Niagara Official Plan, a comprehensive land-use planning document that will guide Niagara’s growth for the next 30 years.
Mostacci began his career at the City of Stoney Creek and prior to joining Niagara Region, also served in planning and urban design leadership roles at the City of Markham and the Town of Fort Erie. …
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