Evan Parliament resignation was effective July 31.

Sooke CAO resigns

Evan Parliament held his position for over five years with the District of Sooke

  • Aug. 8, 2012 7:00 a.m.

Evan Parliament has resigned from his position as chief administrative officer with the District of Sooke. A move that was made effective on July 31.

“The District of Sooke is announcing that the employment relationship between Chief Administrative Officer Evan Parliament and the District of Sooke has been terminated,” states a district press release dated Aug. 7.

Due to a confidentiality agreement, staff and members of council cannot speak to Parliament’s resignation.

“Terms of any settlement between the District of Sooke and Mr. Parliament are confidential and cannot be released.”

Parliament held his position as chief administrative officer for over five years, after being hired in December 2006.

Prior to his position in Sooke, Parliament worked as a city manager with the District of Summerland from June 2003 to August 2005.

 

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