A file photo of Tenterfield Shire Council Mayor Peter Petty and General Manager Lotta Jackson unveiling an exhibition at Liston Hall. Photo: Hayden Smith / Stanthorpe Border Post
A file photo of Tenterfield Shire Council Mayor Peter Petty and General Manager Lotta Jackson unveiling an exhibition at Liston Hall. Photo: Hayden Smith / Stanthorpe Border Post Hayden Smith

GM of Tenterfield Shire Council to resign

THE general manager of Tenterfield Shire Council, Lotta Jackson, will be stepping down from her position.

Tenterfield mayor Peter Petty broke the news that Ms Jackson has accepted an executive position within the health industry and will be resigning from her role in early March.

"Although sorry to see the General Manager go, Lotta goes with our best wishes and I know the community of Tenterfield Shire will join me in wishing her well," Cr Petty said.

"Our loss will be the health industry's gain. The dedication, passion and time Lotta put into the position of General Manager will never be forgotten."

In her letter of resignation, Ms Jackson thanked Council for the good governance and decision making over the past four years.

She also thanked all staff for their dedication and passion in implementing the decisions of Council and putting Tenterfield on the map for future opportunities for both economic development and population growth.

I am proud of our collective achievements over this period and I also wish to thank the community of Tenterfield Shire and our local State and Federal members for their encouragement and support in making these projects happen," Ms Jackson said.

"Further, I personally want to thank the Mr Mayor for his support and our excellent team work in complementing each other for the benefit of the Tenterfield Shire Community."



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