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By Cam Lucadou-Wells

City of Casey’s durable chief executive Mike Tyler will leave the job as of tomorrow.
Mr Tyler had “mutually agreed” with Casey that “now is the right time to move on,” according to a statement by the council.
He had served as the council’s one and only chief executive for 23 years.
He’d served Casey and City of Berwick for more than 36 years.
In the statement, Mr Tyler said it was time to move on and allow other leaders to shape the council’s future direction.
More to come.

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