New senior management hire at the Okanagan Similkameen Regional District

Brad Dollevoet has been hired as the Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen's new development services manager.
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PENTICTON - The regional district has filled a senior management vacancy with the recent hiring of a development services manager.

The Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen has hired Brad Dollevoet.

Dollevoet, who will take over the position currently held by Donna Butler on June 12, comes from Rocky Mountain House where he held the position of planning and community development director for the past six years, according to a media release.

He has also worked for the Town of Grande Cache and Strathcona County in Alberta.

Dollevoet holds a Master’s of Science degree in Resource Economics and a Bachelor’s Degree with honours in Economics from the University of Alberta.

“We look forward to him joining our senior management team,” Regional District chief administrative officer Bill Newell says in the release.

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