Breaking news: Watterson leaving Charlottesville Transit

| February 22, 2012 | 2 Comments

Bill Watterson, Charlottesville Area Transit (CAT) manager will be leaving his local post by early March. Judy Mueller, Charlottesville’s Director of Public Works, made the unexpected announcement of Watterson’s imminent departure at the CAT offices, during a scheduled staff meeting.

Watterson has accepted a similar position in Chittenden County, Vermont, where he will earn $114,000 per year—a roughly $9,000 increase from his current salary.

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  1. Bill Watterson leaving Charlottesville Area Transit. Exclusive story and details: http://wp.me/p1x2fK-1EX.

  2. Tim Hulsey says:

    However will he get there?

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