Littleton’s Longtime Public Works Director to Retire

Littleton’s Longtime Public Works Director to Retire

After spending 44 years with the city Littleton Littleton Public Works Director Charlie Blosten announced today that he will retire effective Feb. 28, 2015.


According to a city press release, Blosten started with the city in 1970 as an Administrative Intern in the city manager’s office. He also held the Assistant to the City Manager and Community Development Director positions before becoming Public Works Director.


“It has been a privilege and an honor to work for the city for more than two thirds of my life and it’s been a lot of fun too,” Blosten said. “I will continue to live in Littleton and enjoy all that it has to offer. I plan to take on other opportunities and spend more time with my family.”


“Charlie’s contributions to Littleton can’t be overstated,” City Manager Michael Penny said.“He’s been involved with so many things that make Littleton the city it is today. We owe him a debt of gratitude and wish him the best.”


Penny said he expects to conduct a nationwide search to fill the position.


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This local update courtesy of your Littleton Community Expert.

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