Search for CAO nearing end

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Lost in all the controversy over the suspension of acting chief administrative officer Deepak Joshi, the search for a permanent CAO is nearing an end.

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Lost in all the controversy over the suspension of acting chief administrative officer Deepak Joshi, the search for a permanent CAO is nearing an end.

Mayor Brian Bowman said Wednesday he expects to have a candidate to present for council’s consideration in March — keeping to the timeline he set after taking office.

“We’ve got a number of really good quality candidates for the selection of the permanent CAO,” Bowman said. “Those interviews are commencing soon and we’re on schedule to have an announcement about a CAO no later than March.

BORIS MINKEVICH / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Mayor Brian Bowman at the city hall's EPC meeting Wednesday.

“That’s something that is a very positive development, that was happening well before (Joshi’s suspension).”

 

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