WILMINGTON — Michael Crowe, a 22-year veteran of city services, will be Wilmington’s next Superintendent of the Sanitation department, Mayor John Stanforth announced Friday.
“I am honored and excited for this opportunity,” Crowe told the News Journal. “I am grateful for the experience that I have with the city and look forward to this new challenge.”
Stanforth added, “It’s a well-deserved promotion.”
Former Superintendent Braden Dunham said, “My time with the city has been a great experience. We have accomplished so many good things for our citizens. I cannot think of a better group of people I have had the pleasure to work with during my career.
“Mike Crowe is a respected and exceptional individual that I know will continue on a great path for our Sanitation department,” Dunham added.