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Menlo Park selects interim public works director

Transportation Manager Jesse Quirion will now serve as interim public works director, the city of Menlo Park announced June 6.

Mr. Quirion will step into the new role on June 20 after Chip Taylor departs the position for a similar one in Millbrae.

Hired as transportation manager in 2013, Mr. Quirion has a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and a master's in public administration from Nova Southeastern University.

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