Mayor Rybak Hails Confirmation of Assistant Chief Lubinski as U.S. Marshal
December 28, 2009 (MINNEAPOLIS) -- Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak today congratulated Minneapolis Assistant Police Chief Sharon Lubinski upon her confirmation by the U.S. Senate as United States marshal.
"In her 20 years of leadership in Minneapolis, Sharon Lubinski has shown that she possesses a unique blend of toughness, caring and competence," Mayor Rybak said. "She has been a shining of example of what a Minneapolis police officer — or any police officer — should be. While I am sad to see her leave the Minneapolis Police Department, I am thrilled that she will be sharing her talents with all of Minnesota as our state’s newest U.S. Marshal.
"I thank Senator Amy Klobuchar for wisely recommending Chief Lubinski for the post, and President Obama for nominating her. Minnesotans will be well served as a result of their actions," Mayor Rybak concluded.
Published Dec. 28, 2009