Wilson tour sails on: North Bend City Administrator says farewell, heads to Friday Harbor

  - William Shaw/Staff Photo
— image credit: William Shaw/Staff Photo

Listing the many stops he’s made in his professional career, a personalized jacket was a parting gift for North Bend City Administrator Duncan Wilson, who ended his role with the city on Tuesday, May 15.

Wilson was honored at a farewell party Thursday, May 10, at Boxley’s.

“It was mostly just for people who had some abuse lined up, so they could take the microphone and let me have it,” Wilson joked. Wilson came to North Bend in 2006, from Covington, and had previously served the other listed cities as city attorney or assistant city attorney, with the law firm of Sampson and Wilson.

He is leaving the city to become the Friday Harbor City Administrator. His replacement, Londi Lindell, was also a city attorney and city manager with other municipalities. She started with North Bend May 1, and is a quick study, Wilson said.


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