City press release: CAO Doug Allin steps down

Press release from City of Grand Forks regarding CAO leaving.

  • Nov. 24, 2014 5:00 a.m.

The City of Grand Forks would like to advise the community that the Chief Administrative Officer, Doug Allin, has left the organization. In keeping with the terms of his contract, there was a mutual agreement between Council and Mr. Allin to enact provisions within his contract regarding Mr. Allin’s employment and as a result he is no longer employed by the City of Grand Forks.

“City Council really appreciates Doug’s work with the City. He has done an excellent job in bringing about a higher level of engagement, and moving the community forward. It has been a pleasure working with him and we wish Doug all the best in his future endeavours” said Mayor Brian Taylor.

In a statement from Mr. Allin he said “I would like to thank Mayor Taylor and Council for their exceptional leadership and thank our team for an incredible experience. The City is fortunate to have such a talented and dedicated staff in all departments that take so much pride in the community. I am grateful for my time in Grand Forks and for the opportunity to work with so many amazing people. Thank you”.

The current Corporate Officer, Diane Heinrich was appointed as the Acting Chief Administrative Officer in the interim.

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