CEO Thanked for Major Contribution
Published on 30 August 2018
Mornington Peninsula Shire Council has accepted the resignation of CEO, Carl Cowie.
The Mayor of the Mornington Peninsula Shire Cr. Bryan Payne, on behalf of the Council and the community, thanked Carl Cowie for his major contribution in the restructuring of the Mornington Peninsula Shire Council over the past four years.
“The restructuring of Council operations and the implementation of new technology will ultimately translate into major savings and enable the Council to operate in a more efficient manner for ratepayers.
“Carl, through his personal and caring involvement with staff and many organisations throughout the Shire, has helped build a strong sense of community within and outside the organisation.”
Cr. Payne said the last four years had been a significant period of change for the Mornington Peninsula Shire, one of the largest and more complex councils in Victoria. The Shire faces many challenges including balancing urban development pressure on the Green Wedge and providing increasing services for the growing community. At the same time maintaining the economic, environmental and residential integrity of the Mornington Peninsula for our community.
“The Council has appreciated Carl’s professional contribution to the development of the Mornington Peninsula Shire and wished him every success in the future,” Cr. Payne said.