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New engineer hired in Coldstream

Coldstream has filled a senior management position.

Michael Baker will begin as director of engineering services, May 7.

“The engineering knowledge and expertise that Michael Baker has attained in project management and hands-on technical skills in both small and large municipalities will serve our community well,” said Michael Stamhuis, chief administrative officer.

Baker is an applied science technologist who previously held the position of engineering technician with Salmon Arm.

Prior to that, he worked for Nanaimo as manager of engineering design.

Alanna Dean resigned as Coldstream’s director of engineering services Nov. 5, 2011 to pursue other opportunities.

 

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