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Rimmer steps in

12 Nov 2015

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The City of Melbourne’s CEO Ben Rimmer will replace Lord Mayor Robert Doyle as the guest speaker at the Yarra River Business Association’s next luncheon on Thursday, November 19.

Due to Lord Mayor Robert Doyle now being required overseas during the week of the luncheon, Mr Rimmer has agreed to step in to answer questions at the Q&A function.

Following a successful career in State and Federal Government and international consulting, Ben Rimmer joined the City of Melbourne as CEO in February this year.

Having now spent 10 months at the helm, he will be answering questions about the Yarra River precinct as well as a range of other local issues.

The luncheon will be held at Arts Centre Melbourne from 12pm until 1.30pm.

For more information visit
www.yarrariver.info

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