ERCA General Manager Resigns

Saturday September 26th, 2020

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The longtime general manager of the Essex Region Conservation Authority Richard Wyma has resigned. Wyma spent 11 years as the Authorities General manager.

The announcement was made Friday by board chair Kieran McKenzie.

“On behalf of the current, and past Boards of Directors, I want to thank Richard for his many years of service to the Authority,” said McKenzie. “Under his leadership, the region is stronger, healthier, and more sustainable.”

Officials say that the resignation is not tied to the ongoing investigation into online fraud the Authority suffered this past summer.

Wyma is looking forward to spending more time with his family and will be returning to earlier interests by joining and growing his wife’s communications agency.

“ERCA continues to make a positive impact in the region’s watersheds, and though there remains much to be done, a great deal was accomplished over the last 11 years under Richard’s leadership, which has greatly benefitted the sustainability of Windsor-Essex, the Place for Life,” McKenzie said.

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