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DIRECTOR OF CONTRACTORS' ASSOCIATION RESIGNS

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Michael Heath, the newly appointed director general of the Cleaning and Support Services Association, resigned last...
Michael Heath, the newly appointed director general of the Cleaning and Support Services Association, resigned last week after less than three months in the post.

Mr Heath tendered his resignation after a meeting of the association's board of directors had discussed revelations that he had received a conviction for deception last year. Mr Heath was fined £1,000 by magistrates after pleading guilty to two charges of deception relating to false claims that he had two university degree qualifications (LGC, 24 July 1992).

The CSSA said this week its board had accepted Mr Heath's resignation following 'certain allegations which were drawn to the attention of the officers of the association in the previous week.

'In the short period he was with the CSSA, he had already made a significant positive contribution to the work of the association, and the officers are sorry to lose him in this manner', it said.
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