Greg Toma, chief administrative officer for the Thompson-Nicola Regional District, has retired.
Toma took the job in 2006, moving from his job with the district as director of development services.
“Looking back on my time as CAO, I’m proud of all the things we accomplished,” said Toma.
“The TNRD is a great place to work and I thoroughly enjoyed working with staff and the board.”
Toma retires with 35 years of professional planning and administrative experience with the TNRD and the City of Kamloops.
“Greg was an honour to work with and alongside,” said TNRD chair Peter Milobar.
“We wish him all the best as he heads into retirement and the next chapter in his life.”
Toma holds a bachelor’s degree in urban geography as well as a diploma in public administration from the University of Victoria.
He is a registered planner and a member of the Canadian Institute of Planning.
Toma was chosen as the Planning Institute of British Columbia’s Planner of the Year in 2006 in recognition of his distinguished 30-year planning career.
– Kamloops This Week