Vreugdenhil honored for service


City of Clinton Public Works and Utilities director Jeff Vreugdenhil, right, accepts a gift from Clinton Mayor Lew Starling during the City Council meeting earlier this week. Vreugdenhil is retiring later this month after three decades with the city. Prior to his nearly seven years at the Public Works helm, Vreugdenhil worked for more than two decades as a city planner, as Clinton Planning director and, when the county and city combined services, as the head of the Clinton-Sampson Planning Department.


City of Clinton Public Works and Utilities director Jeff Vreugdenhil, right, accepts a gift from Clinton Mayor Lew Starling during the City Council meeting earlier this week. Vreugdenhil is retiring later this month after three decades with the city. Prior to his nearly seven years at the Public Works helm, Vreugdenhil worked for more than two decades as a city planner, as Clinton Planning director and, when the county and city combined services, as the head of the Clinton-Sampson Planning Department.

City of Clinton Public Works and Utilities director Jeff Vreugdenhil, right, accepts a gift from Clinton Mayor Lew Starling during the City Council meeting earlier this week. Vreugdenhil is retiring later this month after three decades with the city. Prior to his nearly seven years at the Public Works helm, Vreugdenhil worked for more than two decades as a city planner, as Clinton Planning director and, when the county and city combined services, as the head of the Clinton-Sampson Planning Department.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/web1_jeff-v.jpgCity of Clinton Public Works and Utilities director Jeff Vreugdenhil, right, accepts a gift from Clinton Mayor Lew Starling during the City Council meeting earlier this week. Vreugdenhil is retiring later this month after three decades with the city. Prior to his nearly seven years at the Public Works helm, Vreugdenhil worked for more than two decades as a city planner, as Clinton Planning director and, when the county and city combined services, as the head of the Clinton-Sampson Planning Department.
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