Whitefish Bay has hired Michael D. Young of the Milwaukee Police Department to take over as Police Chief, according to a village press release.
Young is currently an MPD captain and commander of Milwaukee's sixth district. He began his career with the village of Grafton in 1981.
His first day will be Nov. 12, starting with an annual salary of $96,000.
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