GREENWICH, Conn. -- Amy Siebert, the Commissioner of Public Works in Greenwich, will lead a discussion about current and planned activities within the department at a meeting of the Retired Men's Association of Greenwich.
Siebert and her department heads will speak to the group on Wednesday, Jan. 4, at 11 a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church, Lafayette Place, Greenwich.
Siebert is responsible for all matters involved in the construction, development and maintenance of the physical properties of the town, except for the design and maintenance of school property. The department also provides technical and engineering services to other town departments and agencies. The agency handles waste removal, sewers, highway maintenance (including leaf and snow removal), permits, building inspection, building construction and maintenance, and engineering.
Siebert has served as Commissioner of Greenwich’s Department of Public Works since 2008 and as Deputy Commissioner since 2007, following three and a half years as Sewer Commissioner. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Cornell University, a Masters of Science and a Masters in Public Affairs from the University of Texas/Austin