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Last night the Huntingburg Utility Board and city council announced the appointment of 54-year old Gregg Miller as the new superintendent for the city’s water department.

A native of Huntingburg, Miller is a graduate of Southridge High School and a Navy veteran serving as a machinist mate overseas. Prior to joining the Navy Miller attended Nashville Diesel College. He has served as chief operator of the Huntingburg Municipal Water Treatment Plant for the past 27 years.

Miller says he’s honored to have been selected as the city’s new Water Superintendent.

He notes that it’s a very busy time for the community with may projects underway and looks forward to the challenges ahead, and working with what he calls a great crew, Utility Board and Mayor.

In a release, Huntingburg Mayor Denny Spinner says through his many years of service with the city, Miller has proven himself to be a dedicated employee. Spinner says he has no doubt  Miller is qualified to take this next step in his career, and continue to serve the residents of Huntingburg.

Miller’s appointment takes effect immediately.

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