New utility director will seek ways to trim costs



CUMBERLAND — Steve Yagelski’s first four weeks on the job have been overwhelming, but Cumberland’s new utility director says he’s up for the challenge.

Yagelski started work Oct. 29 in a newly created position to oversee the town’s four utilities. He was tasked with finding ways to save money and also weigh in on the proposed 60 percent water rate hike for Gem Utility customers. Yagelski said he’s getting acclimated to the community and the challenges on his new job.

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