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Three TransLink execs dismissed

TransLink’s executive board is getting smaller as the company announced plans to let go three senior managers.

TransLink’s executive board is getting smaller as the company announced plans to let go three senior managers.

Terry Peterson, chief information officer, John Madden, vice-president of human resources and Sheri Plewes, vice-president of engineering, are on the way out.

“The date is still a subject of discussion between TransLink and those concerned,” said spokesperson Ken Hardie. “But we are losing three good people.”

Hardie said the decision was not prompted by a recent comptroller general’s report that called for a slim-down of executives: “We started our own evaluations internally over a year ago.

These decisions are a result of that process, not just the report.”

TransLink is forecasting a $78-million deficit for 2009, according to a report published last Wednesday.

 
 
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