Reed Fowler, the current public works director for the City of Newport News, was recently hired by Gloucester County as its new deputy county administrator. He will begin his new post July 23 and will be paid $124,848 annually.
“We are delighted that Mr. Fowler has accepted our offer of employment and are confident that his talent and experience will be of great benefit within our organization and to the community,” said Brent Fedors, Gloucester’s county administrator. “We anticipate that he will make significant contributions in program, process and project management functions as part of the county administrator’s core leadership team.”
In his position, Fowler will oversee the building and grounds, engineering/environmental, public utilities, planning/zoning and building official/code enforcement departments. He will also serve as site plan administrator and deputy director of emergency management, according to county spokesperson Christi Lewis. ...
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