Maple Valley's Parks and Recreation Director decides on his next adventure
Four score and seven years ago, wait that was a different greeting…Friends of Maple Valley, all who have enjoyed a Maple Valley Park, a Movie in the Park, a Music in the Park, a sports program, please join me in extending best wishes to Greg Brown, who is retiring from the City, January 2018. Greg has been an esteemed member of the Maple Valley Team for 13 years, and he will be greatly missed by all. We have all benefited from his innovative leadership style and ‘can do’ spirit which has made him such a valuable asset to the community. He has seen the City Parks and Recreation program grow from humble beginnings to the monumentally successful and widely participated in program that it is today. Under his leadership, the staff and programs have grown into the well known and endeared Maple Valley Parks and Recreation program.
However, fear not! Greg has accepted another position to begin January 2018, as the Parks Capital Projects Manager to see the key parks projects through, Summit Park and the Lake Wilderness Beach House replacement. He will manage these projects as a part-time employee, which reports to the City Manager.
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