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Township of Spallumcheen dismisses administrator

Spallumcheen’s administrator has officially been terminated.

Township council held a special meeting Monday and voted to officially relieve Lynda Shykora of her duties, though no official reason has been given for her dismissal.

The matter has been dealt with in camera, meaning it can’t be discussed in public, but one councillor said a press release on Shykora’s termination would be released Friday.

Shykora, who had been with the township for eight years, worked what would be her final council meeting on Oct. 1. She was, in her words, suspended without cause, later that week.

Chief financial officer Brian Freeman-Marsh has been serving as acting administrator for Spallumcheen.

 

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