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New facility manager starts in Headingley

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Gail Coady is beginning her new job as the RM of Headingley’s facility manager.

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Gail Coady is beginning her new job as the RM of Headingley’s facility manager. Photo Store

Gail Coady, who’s lived in Headingley for 24 years, may be a familiar face to many local residents, but she’s looking forward to meeting more in her new job.

Coady is the new facility manager for the RM of Headingley, following Bonnie Leullier’s retirement last month.

"This was a dream job," Coady said.

Coady is also a first responder with the municipal fire department, and plans to continue her volunteer work with the department, thanks to the approval of her employer.

"The council is very supportive," Coady said.

She’s eager to see the Headingley and Phoenix Community Centres filled with program participants and groups who regularly use the centres.

"Our main focus is on community events and activities," she said.

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