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Corporate administrator leaving the City of Prince Rupert

Corporate administrator Robert Grodecki has served his notice to the City of Prince Rupert. - File photo
Corporate administrator Robert Grodecki has served his notice to the City of Prince Rupert.
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The City of Prince Rupert will be starting fresh with a completely new senior management team following the announced departure of corporate administrator Robert Grodecki.

Prince Rupert Mayor Jack Mussallem said Grodecki provided the City with his notice, but could not comment on the reason for his departure.

"Mr. Grodecki has not said what he is doing or where he is doing it, but he has obviously decided to make a change in employer and possibly in occupation," he said, noting he could not provide a date when Grodecki would be leaving due to personnel confidentiality.

Grodecki joins former city manager Gord Howie, who left to take a position in Sooke in February, and chief financial officer Dan Rodin, who retired on May 15, as the most recent departure from the management team. Robert Long, who was hired on a chief administrative officer effective May 15, will be responsible for hiring the new position, which is currently being advertised online at princerupert.ca

Grodecki was brought on as corporate administrator in 2009 and has served in the role since.

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