CEO pulls pin after shire election

Toodyay shire councillors at their first meeting after the October elections.

New shire president to oversee council search
for replacement

By Michael Sinclair-Jones

TOODYAY will get a new shire CEO next year following the recent election of a new shire president and deputy.

Current Shire CEO Suzie Haslehurst informed Toodyay’s new council last month that she had withdrawn her earlier request to renew her employment contract when it expires next year.

It follows an October 21 shire election which saw the highest-polling candidate – new Shire Deputy President Shelly Dival – win office with a high-profile campaign for change.

Ms Haslehurst had informed the previous council in September – as required by her four-year 2020 contract – that she wanted to renew her employment contract next June.

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