PORTLAND must slowly build using its natural assets if it is to attain sustainable economic growth into the future, a senior Glenelg Shire group manager said on Monday.
Syd Deam made the comment as he prepares to retire after almost seven years as Glenelg Shire’s planning and economic development group manager.
He will retire on November 11 for health reasons.
He started work with the shire in November 2007 as planning services manager after a lengthy stint at the Baw Baw Shire as strategic planning and development manager.
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