Goulburn-Murray Water’s Connections Project manager George Warne is leaving the water corporation.August 20, 2013 4:09am
Goulburn-Murray Water’s Connections Project manager George Warne is leaving the water corporation.
Staff were told last Thursday Mr Warne was leaving.
He joined G-MW in January last year when the former Northern Victoria Irrigation Renewal Project was wound up by the Victorian Government and the $2
G-MW managing director Gavin Hanlon said Mr Warne had been appointed to oversee the transition from NVIRP into G-MW.
He said Mr Warne had successfully managed that transition into G-MW’s Connections Project.
‘‘Not too many people can say when they leave a job they have done what they came to do,’’ Mr Hanlon said.
‘‘On behalf of the G-MW Board and our staff, I thank George for his contribution, dedication and passion for the project and agriculture in northern Victoria,’’ Mr Hanlon said.
Mr Warne is expected to leave G-MW this week.
A G-MW manager, Ian Rogers, will become interim Connections Project manager while a replacement is sought.
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