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Kevin Currie on the menu for Electra Business Breakfast
September 2015
KCDC Regulatory Services GM Kevin Currie as guest speaker.

The October 7 Electra Business Breakfast will feature KCDC Regulatory Services GM Kevin Currie as guest speaker.

Kevin has been Group Manager Regulatory Services with the Kapiti Coast District Council since April 2015. His group is responsible for animal control, building and resource consents, environmental health licensing, compliance monitoring and regulatory quality management.

Kevin has a background in a variety of regulatory roles in both central and local government. Most recently he worked with the Ministry for the Environment on RMA and other resource management matters, and the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment on a project reviewing the building consent processing system in New Zealand. Prior to this he was part of the initial management team for the Environmental Risk Management Authority where he established and operated ERMA's regulatory systems and processes for hazardous substances and new and genetically modified organisms. Kevin has also worked in resource management for the Otago and Wellington Regional Councils, and earlier in his career with the Manawatu Catchment Board.


Book your place now to ensure you don't miss out. (Bookings are essential)
Date: WEDNESDAY 7th October 2015
Venue: SOUTHWARDS MUSEUM, OTAIHANGA
Time: 7.15 am
Cost: $25


RSVP to: breakfast@thekapiticompany.com
by 2pm, Friday 2nd October 2015.
Payment in advance is expected unless you have a prior arrangement.
The Kapiti Company account 01-0731-0223849-00.

Seats will be limited and your acceptance/reply is a firm booking. Cancellations made after 2nd October 2015 are non-refundable due to catering requirements. Receipts will only be issued to payments made online. If you require a receipt please let us know at time of booking.


 
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