Central Coast Council has today announced interim leadership team changes.
“As we move into the consolidation period of Council’s Financial Recovery Plan, a decision has been made to refresh the executive leadership team of the organisation” said Council’s CEO Mr David Farmer.
Mr Scott Cox, Director Environment and Planning and Julie Vaughan, Director Community and Recreation Services are leaving the organisation effective close of business on Friday 26th November 2021.
Two interim positions have been appointed for an approximate three-month period whilst Council undertakes a recruitment process. Mr Brian Bell will act in the role of Director Community and Recreation Services and Mr Farmer will shortly appoint a person to act in the role of Director Environment and Planning.
“The challenges that Central Coast Council have faced over the past few years have been well documented. Over the past 12 months drastic action such as emergency loans, deep cost-cutting and rate increases have had to be implemented to ensure that the Council could continue to deliver service to the community. Council is now back on track financially meeting all major milestones and targets in its recovery plan,” said Mr Farmer.
“I sincerely thank Ms Vaughan and Mr Cox for their extended period of services to the Central Coast community, their extensive contributions to building a post-amalgamation new regional Council and in particular their roles in the very difficult financial recovery phase of this organisation over the past 12 months.
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Last updated : Wed 24 Nov 2021
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