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Township of Spallumcheen terminates administrator

Spallumcheen’s chief administrative officer has officially been terminated.

Lynda Shykora was, in her words, suspended without cause the week of Oct. 1 after she had worked at the township’s first regular council meeting of the month.

Monday night, council voted in favour of her dismissal.

“Council has resolved, after holding the required procedural hearing, to terminate the employment of the Township of Spallumcheen’s chief administrative officer, Lynda Shykora,” said Mayor Janice Brown Tuesday morning.

“Further information will be available after Oct. 26 (Friday).”

No official reason has been given for her suspension and subsequent dismissal.

The matter has been dealt with in-camera, meaning it can’t be discussed in public.

Shykora had been with the township for eight years.

She declined to comment on the termination when contacted Tuesday afternoon.

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

 

 

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