Ray Harding to retire as chief executive
Ray Harding, is to retire as chief executive of West Norfolk Council this summer.
Mr Harding started in local government in 1996 in Leominster, moving to East Cambs in 1997 before becoming a corporate director at the borough council in 2003. In March 2005 he became chief executive at King's Court.
Mr Harding, 66, said: "After 16 years at the council, I have decided that I reached an age where it is time to retire and let a younger generation take over. With a new political administration now in place for the next four years, it is time for my successor to work with the executive to deliver their priorities.
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