New Mayor Interviewing for Trenton Chief of Police
Trenton Mayor Kyle Stack has interviewed for a new chief of police.
In only her third week as mayor of Trenton Kyle Stack began interviewing for a potential replacement for current Trenton Police Chief William Lilienthal.
Stack said she had not picked a new chief as of last Wednesday.
The deadline for appointing new department heads is Dec. 14.
So far, Stack has appointed Joann Perna as director of parks and recreation, Bruce Vick as fire chief, Bill Hogan as city engineer and Paul Haley as emergency management director.
Stack said there might be more changes to come in the next few weeks.
Lilienthal has been chief of the Trenton Police Department for over four years. He was named chief under former Trenton Mayor Gerald Brown.
He is the former Wyandotte chief of police. He has a bachelor's degree in criminal science from Michigan State University and a master's in interdisciplinary technology from Eastern Michigan University.