Town administrator David Drumeler takes county job

SECAUCUS — Town Administrator David Drumeler announced at Tuesday’s Secaucus Town Council meeting that he will be resigning to work as the deputy administrator for Hudson County. He’ll step away from the town position he’s held for eight years on Friday, Sept. 16.
In his letter to the mayor, he said, “It has been both my personal pleasure and professional honor to serve you and your administration.”
On Tuesday, Aug. 23, Drumeler said at the council meeting, “It’s been a privilege to serve residents. I’m on to the next aspect of my career.”
In a letter he wrote, “This is truly a bittersweet moment. While I will profoundly miss working daily with the most dynamic and ambitious town in the state, I do look excitedly forward to the challenges that a county brimming with opportunity will bring.”
The letter also states, “While my new position will focus on the wonderful people of the entire county, Secaucus will remain my home and closest to my heart.”

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