Development Services director returning to city

The City of Penticton is pleased to announce that Anthony Haddad has been appointed the Director of Development Services. Haddad previously held the position  from 2009 to 2014 and news of his return has been well received by his colleagues at City Hall.

“Anthony proved himself to be a highly capable leader during his previous tenure in the position. There is a tremendous amount of enthusiasm across the organization as Anthony’s exemplary skills, experience and knowledge of the City will once again be a particularly beneficial asset. We are very fortunate to have someone with his abilities leading our development team,” stated Interim CAO Mitch Moroziuk.

Haddad’s extensive municipal planning and development experience from former appointments across Alberta and Melbourne, Australia will undoubtedly serve the City well.

“Anthony is very well respected by everyone here at City Hall and his peers in the development community and we are really excited to have him back. It will be great to have someone with his experience and local knowledge to help lead our development team at such a critical time for growth,” expressed Mayor Andrew Jakubeit.

Haddad will begin work December 12 and will assume the Director of Development Services role that has been vacant since August of this year.

Haddad will be a key member of the City’s senior management team and provide direction, leadership and support to team leaders in the Development Services Division, including Lands, Planning, Building and Bylaws.

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