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    The chief executive of nationwide infrastructure giant CityCare has stepped down

    The chief executive of nationwide infrastructure giant CityCare has stepped down


    The Christchurch City Council-owned operation provides maintenance and management services to two million Kiwis - in 16 locations.

    CityCare's chief executive of 15 years Onno Mulder announced his resignation on Friday.

    Under his leadership - the company's expanded from Auckland to Clutha - and its annual turnover's grown from 40-million-dollars a year to more than 300 million.

    Mulder's the second CEO of a Christchurch City Council-owned operation to step down last week - with Rob Jamieson of lines company Orion resigning on Monday.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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