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Chestermere utilities company has new CEO

Chestermere Utilities Incorporated (CUI) has a new chief executive officer. Fred Clarke, Chestermere Utilities Incorporated chairman, said he is pleased to announce the appointment of Paul Blaha to the position.

Chestermere Utilities Incorporated (CUI) has a new chief executive officer.

Fred Clarke, Chestermere Utilities Incorporated chairman, said he is pleased to announce the appointment of Paul Blaha to the position.

ìThe board of directors is pleased that Paul has joined the CUI team,î said Clarke.

ìHe has a solid track record in the utility and energy sectors, and has proven management skills. Paul was chosen because of his knowledge of the Alberta utilities sector, his experience in leading highly productive teams, and his proven ability to generate positive returns to shareholders. He also has a history of working collaboratively with various partners and stakeholders.î

The CUI board of directors was appointed by the Town of Chestermere in August 2011. Chestermere Utilities Incorporated is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Town that provides safe and efficient water, wastewater, stormwater, solid waste and recycling services to residents and commercial businesses of Chestermere.

ìItís a great honour to be named CUIís first CEO,î said Blaha.

ìThis is a unique opportunity to build a successful service provider for the residents and businesses of Chestermere.î

Blaha holds a degree in chemical engineering from the University of Toronto, and an MBA from Western Ontario.

He has completed all his chartered financial analyst requirements and is an active member of The Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta (APEGGA).

For more information on Chestermere Utilities Incorporated, go to www.chestermere.ca


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