Huntingburg superintendent resigningSeptember 18, 2013
From local sources
HUNTINGBURG — Huntingburg Water Superintendent Tony Traylor has announced his resignation, effective Oct. 4.
Traylor, 38, has accepted a position with Indianapolis-based Citizens Energy Group.
“It has been a difficult decision to make,” said Traylor, who has worked for the city for 11 years and been water superintendent for four. “However, I have been offered an opportunity that I feel will assist me with my long-term career goals in the water field.”
“Tony has been a very dedicated employee for the City of Huntingburg and we appreciate his strong leadership in our water department,” Mayor Denny Spinner said. “While it is hard to see Tony go, we fully support his decision and wish him luck in his future endeavors.”
The Huntingburg Utility Board, which is comprised of the Huntingburg Common Council, will hire the new superintendent. The position has been posted for potential candidates to apply, city spokeswoman Rachel Steckler said.
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