Recently defeated Dawson Trail constituency progressive conservative candidate Larry Tetrault has called it quits from his position as administrator in the RM of Springfield.
Tetrault says that when he returned to work after the election he decided it was time to move on. He joined the staff of the RM of Springfield back in 2007 after leaving a three decade post with the RM of La Broquerie.
“I came back to work and has some discussion with council and I have decided to resign from my position as CAO and rest for a while,” Tetrault stated. “I don’t have any plans for the future right now.”
RM of Springfield reeve Jim McCarthy confirmed that council accepted Tetraults resignation effective October 12.
“During Larry’s tenure, the Municipality of Springfield experienced unprecedented growth in all aspects of community development,” stated McCarthy. “Larry was an enormous asset and he will be missed.”
Tetrault resigned at the beginning of November 2006 from his position as administrator in the RM of La Broquerie, a position he held for thirty-two years. He stepped down from the position to join the race to become the next Progressive Conservative candidate for the constituency of Emerson.