Two senior staff have resigned from Wingecarribee Shire Council, effective immediately.
Deputy general manager for corporate, strategy and development services Mark Pepping and deputy general manager for operations, finance and risk Barry Paull have tendered their resignation as of April 7, 2021.
Council's interim administrator Mr Viv May PSM made the announcement early today.
"Both Barry and Mark have dedicated decades of service to the Wingecarribee Shire and I thank them on behalf of the community," he said.
Mr May said the departures were by agreement and that contractual obligations had been complied with.
Mr Richard Mooney will relieve as acting deputy general manager operations, finance and risk and Ms Danielle Lidgard and Mr John Crawford will alternate in the position of deputy general manager corporate strategy and development services.
Mr May wished both Mr Paull and Mr Pepping well for the future and said he would be making no further comment.
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