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RDNO prepares for new administrator

There may soon be new leadership at the helm of the Regional District of North Okanagan.

The board has been pursuing a new chief administrative officer since its relationship with Trafford Hall ended April 10.

“Hopefully we’ll have someone in place by the end of the month,” said Rick Fairbairn, vice-chairperson, at Wednesday’s RDNO board meeting.

Hall began as RDNO administrator in May 2011.

As part of his departure from the regional district, Hall received a severance of $116,711 as well as a used iPhone and a used laptop computer.

 

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