The City and CUI are working together to explore how residents will continue to receive waste collection and processing services, with the possibility of outsourcing these services to third-party provider(s). Click here to read the full press release and here to read the Request for Expression of Interest.
The CUI board is pleased to announce that they have hired Mr. Rick Quail to serve as the functional interim CEO of CUI. Mr. Quail will have the title of Transition Manager to help move the company from its current state to a new model that will be chosen by City Council in the coming weeks. Click here to read the full press release.
As a result of the City Council directed review of the Chestermere Utilities Inc. (CUI) business model, the Board of Directors of CUI together with Chestermere City Council announces that the services of a CEO are no longer required and consequently has terminated the employment contract between the Corporation and its’ CEO Leigh-Anne Palter. Click here to read the full press release.
The City of Chestermere Mayor Marshall Chalmers and CUI Board Chair Lou Doiron issued an open letter to CUI’s stakeholders, staff and vendors regarding the review of CUI’s operations. Click here for the full letter.
CUI announced its Lift Station 13 has been placed into service, now operating as one of Chestermere’s primary lift stations, pumping sewage to the wastewater treatment plan in the City of Calgary. Click here to read the full press release.
Chestermere Utilities Inc. (CUI) confirmed that it will not be requesting a change to its currently approved utility rates in 2018. Click here to read the full press release.
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Rick Quail, Transition Manager