Chad Thompson said he always dreamed of becoming the Town of Princeton’s public works superintendent. On July 1, that dream came true.
At the June 4 commissioners’ meeting, Thompson was appointed to replace long-time superintendent Adam Stuckey who resigned.
“Chad has worked for the Town of Princeton for the past eight years. He was initially hired when the Public Works Department expanded to take over water and sewer operations,” said Town Administrator Marla Ashworth. Later, he was one of the reasons taking over household trash and recycling pick up was so successful.
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