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Parks and recreation boss no longer working at city hall

Murray Cameron is no longer the city’s general manager of parks and recreation.
“We decided to make a change in leadership in that role,” said community and social services executive director Derrick Thomson of the change. Thomson would provide no other reason for the change, but said Cameron is no longer working for the city.
Cameron had worked for the city since December 2006, and had been in the role of general manager of parks and recreation since September 2010, corporate and human resources executive director Mark Amorosi said in an email.
“Mr. Cameron was exited without cause in accordance with the city’s non-union termination policy,” said Amorosi.
The policy entitles employees at the general manger level to severance pay of four weeks for every year of service to a maximum of 20 months, he said.
In the meantime, Cameron’s former position is now vacant. Recreation responsibilities have been assigned to culture and tourism general manager Colleen Clack, while the parks responsibilities will fall to manager of parks operations Karen Sabzali, said Thomson.
The city is now looking to recruit a new general manager of parks and recreation.

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