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    Posted: Aug 13 2019 at 12:50pm
Read in the Journal where Chief Muterspaw will retire in January 2020. He will enter the private sector in his next job opportunity. The appointment of Chief Muterspaw was one of the better choices made by Middletown leadership in the last few decades. The man has a lot of class, common sense and leadership capabilities as demonstrated while holding the position of Police Chief. I was a neighbor of Rodney on Stratford for many years and saw him move up the ranks from patrolman to sergeant and beyond during that time. Great personality IMO and well deserved accolades should come his way.

I was hoping, that perhaps, at a later date, Rodney would consider the city manager's job. Think he would make a great one. Since the 80's, the city manager candidates have been a dry well as to quality. If only we could clone this individual for other city government positions.

Enjoy your long deserved retirement Mr. Muterspaw. It is well earned. Thank you for your 30 years of dedicated service to our city.
I'm so proud of my hometown and what it has become. Recall 'em all. Let's start over.
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Viet - I had the same reaction - he'd be a great city manager - but sounds like he's committed to the private sector going forward - gotta be easier than navigating city hall.

He's definitely one of the best- and he'll be sorely missed.  He truly has leadership qualities only found in a few and the men and women of his force truly respect him.  A great man for sure, let's hope the next one has the same qualities and respect in the community.
"Success usually comes to those who are too busy to be looking for it."—Henry David Thoreau
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