The CMC has hired two new part-time staff, in line with the structural reorganization that resulted from last year’s negotiations.
They affected some aspects of the 1999 agreement between the Halifax Regional Municipality and the Halifax Waste Resources Society, which established the CMC.
In place of an executive director, which the CMC has had since its formation, a part-time administrator has been appointed. That position is now filled by Betsy Chambers of Halifax who also serves as the organization’s communications consultant.
In addition, Reg Rankin, of Timberlea, the former CMC executive director, has been named to the new role of liaison assistant to the chair of CMC, a job that entails maintaining ongoing relationships with the government and regulatory groups, as well as the service providers associated with the Otter Lake landfill, owned by the Halifax Regional Municipality and operated by Mirror Nova Scotia. The new position should help the CMC keep on top of developments as it carries out its monitoring mandate for the communities within a five-kilometer radius of the landfill site.
The new part-time positions have 12-month terms, effective April 1, 2023.
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