Brentwood Swears In Newest Council Member

Balwinder “Bailey” Grewal was one of eleven candidates who recently applied to fill the vacant seat left by the September resignation of Brentwood’s Vice Mayor Steve Barr. In the end, it was his familiarity with the city and the solid reputation he’d built there that won the council over.

For ten years up until his retirement in 2015, Grewal served as Brentwood’s director of public works. Last Tuesday, he was sworn in as a member of the city council.

“It’s great that the council has shown confidence in me,” said Grewal. “I am very thankful to the residents, to city staff, to the city council.”

Grewal cited "long-term sustainability and fiscal stability” as some of his top priorities.

Read more about Brentwood’s newest council member here


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