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Esquimalt fills manager's position

A new face will join the Township of Esquimalt's management team on Sept. 6.

Anja Nurvo has been hired as the township's new manager of corporate services, a position which has been vacant since the spring.

The role includes overseeing the municipality's election as chief electoral officer, drafting bylaws, policies and contracts, supervising support staff, managing various departments, such as archives and sustainability, and attending council meetings, among other duties.

Nurvo is currently chief administrative officer for the Village of Cumberland, which has about 3,200 residents. Esquimalt has a population of about 17,000.

 

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