MARLBOROUGH – Mayor Arthur G. Vigeant announced today, October 16, he has appointed Sean Divoll as Commissioner of the Department of Public Works to replace former Commissioner John Ghiloni who retired in July.
Divoll is a registered professional Engineer who holds his Masters of Public Administration from Clark University and a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. He is a seasoned professional with over 20 years of experience from the Towns of Concord and most recently Oxford. Additionally, he spent six years at Weston & Sampson Engineers designing and managing multiple water, sewer and drainage projects.
“I look forward to bringing Mr. Divoll on board to manage the multitude of capital projects that the City has going on. Using his experience, he’ll be able to acclimate quickly to assist and oversee our current staff with the road construction and utility projects that are underway and plan and prioritize for 2021,” said Mayor Arthur Vigeant.
“I am excited to get started as Marlborough’s DPW Commissioner. I want to thank the Mayor and the City Council for the confidence they have taken in me. I look forward to bringing my talent and experience to a great DPW team and leading the team in delivering a complex variety of services to keep the City up and running. I also look forward to meeting the many residents and business owners that make this community strong,” said Divoll.
Divoll will begin on October 19 and will be managing over 100 employees along with an annual budget of $33 Million. It’s the second largest line item in the budget behind the school department. It typically operates on average from 15 to 30 capital projects ongoing throughout the year such as road reconstruction, street resurfacing, utility upgrades, public facility maintenance, and park renovations.