Ton Strien

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A.G.J. Strien

A.G.J. (Ton) Strien (born 23 March 1958 in Lopik) is a Dutch politician of the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA). Since 1 September 2007 he has been Mayor of Olst-Wijhe, succeeding Bert Hinnen. [1] He has also been vice president and treasurer of the National Association CDA.

Previously he was a member of the provincial parliament of Utrecht, an alderman of Houten and also a member of the municipal council of this municipality. [2]

Strien started his career as a civil servant.

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References

  1. Welkom bij de gemeente Olst-Wijhe, Government of Olst-Wijhe
  2. "Ton Strien voorgedragen als nieuwe burgemeester van Olst-Wijhe" (in Dutch). CDA Houten. Retrieved 6 May 2014.