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New executive director on the job at DVA

There has been  a change at the Downtown Vernon Association.

With the recent resignation of newly hired David Hull, Louise Delaney  has stepped into the position of executive director.

“It has been wonderful to know that so many merchants, organizations and city personnel are interested in making downtown the exciting and prosperous hub that it continues to be,” she said.

A long-time Vernon resident, Delaney was manager of the Salmon Arm Downtown Improvement Association.

 

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