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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
HOUGHTON NAMED DEPUTY DIRECTOR FOR DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
Mayor Jeremy Harris today named Timothy A. Houghton as deputy director of the City’s Department of Environmental Services.
Houghton joined the Department of Wastewater Management in 1993 and continued on as executive assistant when the agency was reorganized into the Department of Environmental Services on July 1, 1998. He also served with the Honolulu Rapid Transit Project and with the former Department of Auditoriums prior to 1993.
“Tim has gained valuable knowledge and experience with the complex operations and issues involving environmental services and will be an outstanding asset to our management team,” said Mayor Harris.
Houghton earned his BA degree from San Francisco State University and a Master of Science in Systems Management degree from the University of Southern California. He retired from the United States Air Force as a Lieutenant Colonel in 1991, after completing assignments with the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C.; the Commander in Chief U.S. Pacific Command at Camp Smith, Hawaii; and the Headquarters, Pacific Air Forces, Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii.
Mayor Harris also announced that Office of Waikiki Development Executive Director Joe Magaldi will be moving to the Department of Environmental Services to assume a new role as Administrative Assistant to the Director.
Magaldi will work with ENV Director Frank Doyle on the pilot recycling project and illegal dumping issues. His former duties in Waikiki will be assumed by the Office of Economic Development.
|Wednesday, July 16, 2003|