by Graham Sturgeon, co-editor

The city of Durand will say goodbye to its longtime Department of Public Works and Utilities Director Steve Mince sometime in 2017. Mince retired officially at the end of December, but he will stay on in a part-time capacity to ensure a smooth transition and to assist in a number of ongoing projects. Mince has worked with the city for more than 27 years, starting as an employee at the city’s Waste Water Treatment Plant. He became the DPW Director in 1999.

The city of Durand is currently accepting letters of interest with resumes for the position, and more information can be found on the city’s website, Interested persons should send a resume and cover letter to Steve Mince, DPW Supervisory Consultant by the deadline of Jan. 16 at his email address,

According to city’s listed job description, the DPW Director is responsible for the management of the city’s utility departments and public works department, which includes managing and overseeing infrastructure, buildings/facilities, and city parks.

Durand DPW Director Retires was last modified: January 9th, 2017 by Karen Elford