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States CEO resigns

Posted Thu 13th March 2014 at 14:43

States Chief Executive Roy Burke is to depart his post in June.

The Island's most senior civil servant

tendered his resignation this week and will officially stand down on 5th June 2014.

Mr Burke is understood to be taking up a job on the South Atlantic island of St Helena, Britain's second oldest colony and the former home of Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte.

Mr Burke has been the Chief Executive at the States of Alderney since April 2010. Francis Simonet, Chairman of the Policy and Finance Committee, said Mr Burke would be missed. "Roy has been instrumental in changing the face of the organisation in Alderney over the past four years and we are grateful for his contribution.

"I am sure all States Members will join me in wishing him and his family well in their future endeavours." Mr Burke spent five years as Chief Executive of the Government Car and Despatch Agency, part of the UK's Department of Transport, before coming to Alderney.

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