Councillor Bill McNulty
A long-time Richmond resident who worked as a counsellor in a Vancouver secondary school, Bill has served on Richmond City Council since 1993. Better known as “Richmond’s Man in Motion”, Bill has been active as a community volunteer in Richmond for many years, especially in sports-related activities. He has served on Sport B.C. for six years, was a member of the committee which organized Richmond’s bid for the 1994 Commonwealth Games, and has been extensively involved in local community television broadcasting.
Bill has been involved in track and field for six decades and is a life member of Richmond’s Sports Council and the Richmond Lawn Bowling Association. He has been a President of both B.C. Athletics and the Canadian Track & Field Association. For many years he was a B Director of the Canadian Olympic Association. He has been a coach, manager, administrative leader and Chef-de-Mission of many Canadian Games teams and touring Canadian track and field teams around the world. Bill is also a long time serving Rotarian.
A past president of the U.B.C. Alumni Association, Bill is currently serving his eighth three-year term on the Senate of the University of British Columbia. He served on Richmond’s Advisory Planning Commission for six years from 1986-1992, five of them as Chairman.
Bill currently represents Richmond as the first alternate to the first Director on the Metro Vancouver Board. He is also a Director on the Board of E-Comm (911) and is Richmond’s representative.
He is Director of the Metro Vancouver Housing Committee and a Director of the Metro Vancouver Housing Board of Directors for the past six years.
Bill is Chairman of Richmond’s Planning Committee and a member of the following Standing Committees of Council: Finance; General Purposes; Community Safety and Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services.
He is the City Council representative to the following advisory committees, organizations and community associations: the Richmond Sports Council; the Richmond Arenas Association; the Richmond Chamber of Commerce; Thompson Community Centre; Richmond Committee on Disability; and Tourism Richmond.
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