AUBURN — Sid Hazelton, a Maine engineer with more than 20 years of working in the Twin Cities, has been hired as the permanent superintendent of the combined Auburn Water and Sewer Districts.

Hazelton has been acting head of the districts since June when John Storer stepped down. Hazelton was the district assistant superintendent for 12 years, coming from the city of Auburn where he was assistant director of Public Works for 10 years. He worked as assistant chief engineer for the city of Lewiston before that.

Hazelton is a graduate of the University of Maine with an associate degree in civil engineering and a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering.

The assistant superintendent position has been filled permanently by Mike Broadbent, previously the treatment manager for the district’s ultraviolet light operation at Lake Auburn.

Broadbent’s former position is being filled by former Yarmouth Water Department Assistant Superintendent Chris Curtis.

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