Further shake-up as new president to quit


By Michael Sinclair-Jones

TOODYAY will get its third shire president in less than three years after retired State Government lawyer Bill Manning’s announcement that he will resign from the council next month and move to Tasmania.

President Manning and his wife have sold their Hoddys Well property and plan to leave for their new Launceston home on April 25.

The move comes as the council prepares to hire a new CEO and awaits the outcome of a wide-ranging State Government inquiry into the shire’s operations and affairs over the past seven years.

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