A major restructure is aimed at better positioning Moira Shire to respond to future challenges, the chief executive Gary Arnold said.JESSICA GRIMBLE January 31, 2013 11:00am
A major restructure is aimed at better positioning Moira Shire to respond to future challenges, the chief executive Gary Arnold said.
The restructure took effect from Tuesday and saw significant changes in directorate responsibilities.
Alison Coe will continue in her role as corporate governance director, Sally Rice continues as acting community sustainability director and Paul Squires has taken on the role of acting development and liveability director.
Previous directors Aaron Drenovski and Scott Turner will take on alternate roles. Mr Drenovski is now executive manager of infrastructure and Mr Turner is planning and building manager.
Mr Arnold said the changes were in line with the community electing a largely new council in late October and its decision to absorb a $1.7
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