Stuckey resigns post

By Steve Reed

sreed@kenlynews.com

Princeton Public Works Superintendent Adam Stuckey announced his resignation Monday, June 4, at the Princeton Commissioners meeting. Public Works employee Chad Thompson has been named interim public works superintendent.

When Stuckey joined the Town of Princeton 11 years ago, the town didn’t have a public works department.

The board went into closed session at the regular meeting and interviewed Thompson for the position.

“Adam’s departure is on good terms,” said Mayor Don Rains. “He will work with Chad as a consultant. Adam wants to leave knowing he’s done everything he could for the public works department.”

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