RDKB has acting CAO

Former CAO John MacLean left the organization recently.

The Regional District of Kootenay Boundary (RDKB) has reportedly installed an acting Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) and former CAO John MacLean is no longer with the organization.

No details have been released as of press time on Tuesday, as RDKB staff are away for the week in Vancouver at the Union of B.C. Municipalities (UBCM) conference. However, MacLean is no longer listed on the RDKB’s website and Mark Andison, former deputy CAO and general manager of operations, is now listed as Acting CAO.

A call to RDKB offices on Tuesday confirmed that MacLean had left the organization; staff declined to comment further. Andison is currently at the UBCM and was unavailable for comment.

Please see www.boundarycreektimes.com for updates to this story when they become available.

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