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Search underway for new town CAO

Search underway for new town CAO
January 19, 2024
January 19, 2024
Town of Pincher Creek council decided in December to change its administrative leadership and is now in the market for a new CAO.
Town of Pincher Creek council decided in December to change its administrative leadership and is now in the market for a new CAO.
IMAGE: Dave Lueneberg
IMAGE: Dave Lueneberg

The Town of Pincher Creek is in the market for a new CAO.

While known since before Christmas, a statement posted on social media Jan. 11 confirmed the details:

“On Dec. 19, 2023, the council for the Town of Pincher Creek made the decision to change administrative leadership to better align with the future goals and direction of our community. As a result, chief administrative officer Angie Lucas is no longer employed with the town.”

Doug Henderson with Edmonton-based Transitional Solutions has been hired in the interim and brings with him close to 40 years of municipal experience.

An executive search firm has been hired by the town, at a cost of $21,000, to begin the process of finding a permanent CAO. The hope is that a replacement will be in place no later than May.

 

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The Town of Pincher Creek is in the market for a new CAO.

While known since before Christmas, a statement posted on social media Jan. 11 confirmed the details:

“On Dec. 19, 2023, the council for the Town of Pincher Creek made the decision to change administrative leadership to better align with the future goals and direction of our community. As a result, chief administrative officer Angie Lucas is no longer employed with the town.”

Doug Henderson with Edmonton-based Transitional Solutions has been hired in the interim and brings with him close to 40 years of municipal experience.

An executive search firm has been hired by the town, at a cost of $21,000, to begin the process of finding a permanent CAO. The hope is that a replacement will be in place no later than May.

 

Dairy Queen menu items – chocolate-dipped cone, chicken fingers and fries, blizzard, deluxe stackburger, pink orange julius and hot fudge sundae, on an ad for Pincher Creek DQ location

 

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