Longtime city manager Duckworth moving on

By James Peters
January 30, 2018 - 1:49pm

KAMLOOPS — A longtime Kamloops city manager is leaving the Tournament Capital to take a job within the City of Calgary administration.

David Duckworth leaves after holding two senior management positions within the City of Kamloops.

Duckworth came to Kamloops in 2003 as the city's Public Works and Sustainability Director.

He was appointed the city's Corporate Services and Community Safety Director five years ago.

Duckworth will take the position of General Manager of Utilities and Environmental Protection with the City of Calgary.

In a news release, Mayor Ken Christian said, "Mr. Duckworth's move is Calgary's gain and is a testament to the top-notch senior management we have in our organization."

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