Meunier Retiring After 28 Years in Frederick County

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After 28 years of working for Frederick County Government, Thomas Meunier will retire as the Frederick County Director of Public Works on May 1, 2013.

He was appointed as division director on July 10, 2010.  Previously, Meunier served as department head of the division, directing all aspects of transportation, bridge and structural planning, design, construction and maintenance throughout the county’s 1,260 miles of roadways and 220 bridges. Prior to that position, Meunier served the county as office chief, engineer II and engineer I.

Board President Blaine Young said,

“We are grateful for the faithful years of service Tom as provided for our county, overseeing many important public works projects.  His proven engineering skills and extensive experience have contributed in ways that will benefit our citizens for years to come.  We wish him the very best in his retirement.”

Meunier said, “I want to thank County Manager Lori Depies and the board for the confidence shown to me during my tenure as director.  I have been blessed to work with the most dedicated and hardworking staff members, and wish everyone the best.”

The Frederick County Board of Commissioners has named Chuck Nipe as acting division director of public works following Meunier’s retirement.