The city of Geneva is searching for a new director of public works.
Mark Perry, who has served as the city’s DPW director since 2014, is retiring in May, the Finger Lakes Times reports. He’s worked for the city for nearly 30 years.
The salary for the job is approximately $90,000.
The city called called the DPW superintendent position “highly technical administrative supervisory work, responsible for directing the engineering and public works departments.”
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