Loveland, Oh. - Mayor Linda Cox told Loveland Magazine Friday morning that the villge administrator of New Richmond will be the City's next manager. She said there will be an resolution introduced at Tuesday's council meeting appointing David Kennedy.
Kennedy has been the New Richmond administrator for 25 years. The village has a population of about 2,600. His first day on the job in Loveland will be September 2.
Kennedy will receive an annual base salary of $95,000.00.
In addition, the City will pay a monthly car allowance of $100.00 plus mileage for business trips outside Hamilton, Clermont and Warren Counties, and vacation of three weeks per year. Included in the employment package will be premium payments on insurance policies for life, accident, sickness, major medical and dependents coverage group insurance covering Kennedy and his dependents. The City will also purchase and pay the premiums on a term life insurance policy equal to three times his base salary. The City will provide hospitalization, surgical and comprehensive medical insurance for Kennedy and his dependents.
In a press release, it was announced there will be an "informal meet and greet” for Kennedy in September that the public can attend.
David Duckworth has been the City's interim manager since Thomas Carroll resigned after last year's city council election.