Queen Charlotte has hired a new chief administrative officer

  • Apr. 18, 2012 5:00 p.m.

The following was received Wednesday afternoon from the village office:Notice: Queen Charlotte Council Appoints a New Chief Administrative OfficerThe Village of Queen Charlotte Mayor and Council are pleased to announce that Mr. Pete Weeber has accepted an offer of employment as the new Chief Administrative Officer commencing June 4, 2012.Mr. Weeber is currently a resident of Terrace where he worked from 2001 to 2011 as a paramedic, firefighter and, from 2005 to 2011 was the Terrace Fire Chief and Emergency Program Coordinator. Most recently he has worked as Corporate Officer for the Village of New Hazelton and was the acting Chief Administrative Officer for the Village of Stewart. Pete has a Bachelor of Applied Business in Emergency Services, a Certificate in Local government Administration and is working to complete an Advanced Diploma in Managing for Government in 2012. He will be working with our current Administrator, Bill Beamish, for the month of June while he gets settled and becomes familiar with the community.Mr. Weeber will be relocating to Queen Charlotte with his wife and two younger children and is looking forward to moving closer to family who already live in Port Clements and Masset. Please join us in welcoming Pete to our community.Mayor Carol Kulesha

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