Former CAO of Revelstoke hired by Osoyoos

Allan Chabot resigned earlier this month after serving as CAO from 2015

The Town of Osoyoos recently announced their new chief administrative officer (CAO), Allan Chabot. Chabot was CAO for Revelstoke from 2015 until earlier this month.

READ MORE: New CAO Allan Chabot takes his seat at Revelstoke city hall

According to a press release from the City of Revelstoke, Chabot and the Mike Thomas, director of engineering, both resigned earlier this month to pursue other opportunities.

READ MORE: Revelstoke’s CAO and director of engineering resign

“Osoyoos is a beautiful community with so much potential,” said Chabot in recent press release from the Town of Osoyoos.

“I’m excited to work with the mayor and council to help Osoyoos achieve its strategic goals.”

Chabot has also served as CAO for Fernie, Merritt and was Mayor of Invermere from 1988 to 1990.



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