Forestry Tasmania chairman Miles Hampton has resigned after less than a month in the job, saying he had lost faith in the state government.
In announcing his decision a short time ago, Mr Hampton said he did not believe that the state government had the best interests of Forestry Tasmania in mind.
“I do not believe the state government has any intentions of establishing a viable forestry business through its proposed restructuring of Forestry Tasmania,” Mr Hampton said.
He was appointed as chairman on August 27.
Mr Hampton read out a statement but did not take any questions from the media.
He is also chairman of the state’s four water and sewerage corporations.
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