N.H.'s Former Drug Czar to Lead Keene Airport

Mar 22, 2016

Jack Wozmak

After stepping down as New Hampshire's so-called drug czar earlier this year, Jack Wozmak is taking on an entirely different role as manager of the Dillant-Hopkins Airport in Keene.

Wozmak will start the job this week after signing a one-year contract, according to a release issued Monday.

The single-runway airport is in North Swanzey and is owned and operated by the city of Keene.

Wozmak, a former Cheshire County administrator, resigned as the state's senior director for substance misuse and behavioral health last month amid criticism from Republicans and some law enforcement agencies.