Wednesday, 10 February 2010
Mr. Thrasher has been with the township since April, 2004.
He brought 16 years municipal experience, six in a rural community, the rest in an urban posting, when he joined Cramahe. The previous 10 years were spent in Perth, where he lost his job in a re-structuring move
The move to Cobourg will be a step up for the departiing director and will be primarily in an urban setting.
Mr. Thrasher was upbeat in his February 9 interview. "I think the future in Cramahe Township is promising and exciting with the developments that are occurring,' he noted. "I am grateful for all the help the administration and council have given me over the past six years. We have built a strong team. I wish everyone all the best."
Mayor Marc Coombs praised Mr. Thrasher in the February 9 township budget meeting and thanked him for all his work on behalf of the township.
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