Millet council fires town manager Teri Pelletier

Press release says CAO terminated for just cause

The longtime manager of the Town of Millet has been terminated along with another senior town manager noted the municipality in a June 24 press release.

“Please be advised that Town of Millet Council has terminated the employment of Chief Administrative Officer, Teri Pelletier, and Director of Public Services, Mike Jones, for just cause effective June 24,” stated the press release.

“Assistant CAO Lisa Schoening has been appointed as the acting interim Chief Administrative Officer until further notice.

“All correspondence directed to Ms. Pelletier or Mr. Jones shall be directed to Lisa Schoening at millet@millet.ca or 780-387-4554.

“The Town wants to reassure residents that we will be working diligently to ensure all operations of the Town are up to date during this transition.”

Stu.salkeld@pipestoneflyer.ca

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