Former Murray Irrigation Ltd chief executive officer George Warne will become the new Northern Victoria Infrastructure Renewal Project chief executive following the surprise resignation of chief executive Murray Smith.GEOFF ADAMS December 20, 2011 4:15pm
More changes are in the wind for the controversial Northern Victoria Irrigation Renewal Project.
Former Murray Irrigation Ltd general manager George Warne will become the new chief executive of the Northern Victoria Infrastructure Renewal Project following the surprise resignation of chief executive Murray Smith.
Mr Warne will fill the position until the project is absorbed into Goulburn-Murray Water by the end of June.
Project chairman, Bendigo businessman Richard Guy, has also resigned from the board and been replaced by fellow director Peter McCamish from Ardmona.
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