Keeva Kehler, Mayor Ed Mayne and Amanda Weeks. (Submitted photo)

Parksville city staff members honoured with special certificates

Amanda Weeks and Keeva Kehler acknowledged during council meeting

Two Parksville staff members received Board of Examiners certificates at the most recent council meeting — an acknowledgment of local government employees who meet strict academic and work experience standards.

Amanda Weeks, manager of administrative services and corporate officer, received the provincial Board of Examiners Certificate in Local Government Service Delivery. Keeva Kehler, chief administrative officer, received the provincial Board of Examiners Certificate in Local Government Statutory Administration.

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“As a council, we are fortunate to be advised by staff who demonstrate excellence in both academics and in the workplace. Their hard work and dedication to continued professional development ensures our city maintains the best possible practices. My congratulations to Amanda and Keeva on these significant accomplishments,” said Parksville Mayor Mayne.

— NEWS staff

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