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Ann Arbor Public Services Administrator Appointed to Position in Virginia

March 15, 2024 - ​After more than 25 years of service to the City of Ann Arbor, Public Services Area Administrator Brian Steglitz has been appointed as the Executive Director of the Upper Occoquan Service Authority (UOSA), a wastewater utility in northern Virginia. After a nationwide search, the UOSA Board unanimously supported his appointment. Prior to his current role, Steglitz served as the city's Water Treatment Services Unit Manager for seven years. His last day with the city is April 26, 2024. 

“Brian Steglitz continues to be a rising star within the water utility industry due to his expertise and leadership on water quality matters," said City of Ann Arbor Administrator Milton Dohoney Jr. “From the time I promoted him to interim service area administrator in 2022 he demonstrated his commitment to excellence and remained steadfast in enhancing his professional development. This is a fantastic opportunity for him, and his family, and I wish him nothing but success. Losing him is a significant loss for our organization, but we will diligently move forward to find a suitable replacement." Steglitz has a Master of Engineering and a Master of Science in Engineering in the specialization of Civil/Environmental Engineering from Stanford University and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Science from Yale University. He began his career at CH2M Hill Inc. (now Jacobs) in Reston, Virginia. 

City Administrator Dohoney aims to name an interim Public Services Area Administrator by April 26. Pursuant to Section 12:1(b) of the Ann Arbor City Charter and Section 1:101 of the City's Municipal Code, the city's Public Services Area Administrator shall be appointed by the City Administrator with the advice and consent of the City Council.

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