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Debra Key, Deputy CAO for the Village of Harrison Hot Springs, was presented with a Certificate in Local Government Service Delivery from the Province of B.C.
Debra Key, Deputy CAO for the Village of Harrison Hot Springs, was presented with a Certificate in Local Government Service Delivery from the Province of B.C.'s Board of Examiners. Mayor Leo Facio presented the certificate during Monday night's council meeting.
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Debra Key, Deputy CAO for the Village of Harrison Hot Springs, was presented with a Certificate in Local Government Service Delivery from the Province of B.C.'s Board of Examiners. Mayor Leo Facio presented the certificate during Monday night's council meeting.

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