The beleaguered Enfield public works department underwent even more change Monday with the resignation of two employees, including an assistant director.
Director of Human Resources Steve Bielenda said Genaro Sepulveda, who took the position of assistant director of public works on Feb. 6, 2012, submitted his resignation effective immediately, as did Michael Schultz, a 13-year town employee who was custodial supervisor.
Upon request, Bielenda provided Enfield Patch with copies of each man's resignation letter, but neither indicated why they were leaving so abruptly. A formal request by Enfield Patch for disciplinary records of the pair will be fulfilled by week's end, Bielenda indicated.
Sepulveda was making $80,000 a year, while Schultz's salary was $47,072, Bielenda said.
The public works department has had several upper management departures in recent years. In January, Director Piya Hawkes left after four years on the job. He had replaced Jack Kazmarski, who retired after his involvement in a controversy surrounding the acquisition of UConn basketball tickets.