High Springs selects new public works director

Jason Kytle works on a gushing water line.
Jason Kytle works on a water line.
Courtesy City of High Springs

The city of High Springs on Wednesday announced Jason Kytle as the new public works director. 

“I’m excited and honored to be selected as the new Public Works Director,” Kytle said in a statement provided to Mainstreet. “I look forward to working with the city manager and our commission in continuing to improve our infrastructure.” 

Kytle, a Georgia native, previously worked in Atlanta, where he worked as a commercial electrician. He moved to High Springs in 2017 to work in the sewer department, eventually becoming water superintendent.  

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“Jason is an avid outdoorsman who finds solace in the quiet of nature and cherishes time spent with loved ones,” a city press release said.

Kytle will replace Thomas Henry in the position. Henry resigned in April, less than a week after new city manager Jeremy Marshall took his position.

The press release said Kytle sees an opportunity to make a substantial impact on his adopted hometown through the new role.   

“In his new role, Jason Kytle will oversee the city’s public works initiatives, focusing on enhancing infrastructure, improving service delivery, and fostering sustainable development,” the press release said. 

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