John Hadfield, executive director of the Southeastern Public Service Authority (SPSA), Chesapeake, Va., has announced his retirement, effective Aug. 1. Hadfield has been a SPSA employee for 30 years.
“I have set out to serve the will of the board and to provide the absolute best service to the members, citizens and businesses of this region,” Hadfield said in a press release. “I also believe that the reforms and other changes I have led at the agency have made SPSA a better and stronger organization.”
The board will conduct a national search for a new executive director.