Delhi Township manager retiring after four decades of service to residents

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After more than four decades of service the Delhi Township Manager will retire on April 30th.

John Elsinga was hired as superintendent of Delhi Township’s wastewater treatment plant in 1977.

“John’s impact on our community will be felt for years to come. We wish him well as he starts this new chapter of his life,” said John Hayhoe, Delhi Township supervisor.

Elsinga also served as director of Public Services and interim township manager twice before being promoted to township manager in 1996. 

“Delhi Township is a great community with staff and residents who have made it enjoyable to work here as long as I have,” Elsinga said. “I am leaving knowing the Township is in good hands and our reputation for providing a superior quality of life and customer service will continue.”

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