Tom Marshall Resigns as Utilities Director


Brought increased focus to rehabilitating systems during his tenure

MOUNT VERNON, December 2, 2022 – Tom Marshall has resigned as Director of Utilities for the City of Mount Vernon.

During his tenure with the City, Marshall brought increased attention to improving the City’s utilities infrastructure, from the condition of the Water Treatment Plant and handling its lime residuals to rehabilitating the plant’s clarifiers and replacing dilapidated lime silos.

Marshall also expanded the Utilities Department’s contractor base and improved the City’s strategic relationships with its contractors.

“Tom has decided to move on from the City of Mount Vernon and we wish him well,” said Mayor Matt Starr. “We will work within the City to keep our Utilities working on an uninterrupted basis during this transition.”