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Wednesday
May232012

Whangamata Area Manager

This came out yesterday, but I missed it:

The Thames-Coromandel District Council has announced the successful candidate for the new Area Manager role based in Whangamata as Garry Towler, who is currently a Project Manager at the Hauraki District Council (HDC).

Garry who has been with the HDC since 2007, has been working on projects such as the Hauraki Rail Trail, asset management and capex planning projects, strategic planning around the HDC Long Term Plan, bylaw review work, the Positive Ageing Strategy and Better Futures Hauraki (Youth) project.

Garry has worked with in the Ministry of Economic Development and Department of Labour from 1989-2000 running the BIZ programme nationally and established and implemented the 'Mainstreet' programme and 'Company Rebuilders' initiatives.

He has worked for the South Waikato District Council from 1985-89 and was behind the Tirau antique cluster and Tokoroa Talking Poles projects.

The new three Area Manager roles, based in Thames, Mercury Bay and Whangamata will manage local activities such as Parks and Reserves, Boat Ramps and Harbours, local strategy and economic development and were created as part of the organisation's restructure.

Greg Hampton and Sam Marshall were announced as the Thames and Mercury Bay Area Managers respectively, last week.

The timetable for all three new Area Managers taking up their roles will be outlined soon.

 

 


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