will move across State Street from the Department of Public Service to the Pavilion office building where he will become director of communications for the governor.
Sounds like being an Eagle Scout is one of the criteria for a job with Douglas.Wark
, 45, of Colchester
, has been director of consumer affairs and public service with the Department of Public Service, as well as the director of the Governor’s Fuel and Food Partnership. He is an Eagle Scout and a graduate of the University of Vermont, Champlain College and Vermont Technical College. He served for twenty years with the Burlington Police Department, and retired in 2006 as deputy chief. He and his wife Wendy have two daughters, Caitlin and Amanda.Wark
succeeds Jason Gibbs, an Eagle Scout, who was recently appointed Commissioner of Forests, Parks and Recreation. Gibbs leaves the governor's office this afternoon and will report to Waterbury on Monday.Wark
has been earning $83,408 over the public service department.
Gibbs has been paid $75,025 most recently for his work for the governor.
-- Nancy Remsen