Sequim public works director to leave City Hall
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In a letter to Sequim City Manager Steve Burkett, Haines said: “There are other personal challenges, adventures and professional opportunities I need to develop, and now is the time for me to start that next chapter.”
“Paul has accomplished everything that I was expecting when I hired him as our public works director four years ago. I appreciate everything he has done to improve the public works organization and the city,” Burkett said.
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