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Schaumburg transportation director retiring

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Schaumburg's Director of Transportation June Johnson announced her retirement Thursday, effective May 27.

Johnson began her career as a traffic engineer with the village in 1993 in the planning department. In 2003, she was promoted from senior transportation engineer to director of the transportation department.

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Among her current responsibilities, Johnson is coordinating with the Illinois State Toll Highway Authority and Cook County on a long-awaited full interchange at Roselle Road and a crucial new partial interchange at Meacham Road.

She and her husband plan on traveling for the next few years before settling down in their retirement.

In a statement released Thursday, Johnson wrote, "While I am looking ahead to spending time with my husband and traveling, it is never easy to leave somewhere that has felt like home for 20 years. I thank the village for the many opportunities that I have had here and will miss the many friendships that have made at the village. I am proud of the work I have accomplished and the people that I have worked alongside of in the community."

Schaumburg has begun the recruitment process for a new director of transportation. The search expected to take three to four months.

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