General Manager Retirement

Central Tablelands Water's General Manager, Tony Perry, has announced his intentions to retire at the end of his current contract period on 8th August 2014.

Tony has been with Central Tablelands Water for 23 years, serving as the General Manager for 16 of those years.

Tony has been considering retirement for more than six years, and has had time to reflect on the great achievements made by his team over the last 20 years.

The replacement of the ageing Water Filtration Plant at Carcoar with a modern DAFF plant in 2000, and the replacement of 54,000 metres of unlined cast iron water mains in Grenfell and Canowindra are a couple of the achievements.

Tony says when his contract expires in early August, he will spend a few months taking in the scenery, before working on improving his golf handicap, and brushing up on his keyboard skills.

The General Manager position has been advertised, with Council now accepting expressions of interest.