Village Council

Interim Manager Laura Curliss has been named the permanent manager of Yellow Springs. She's shown in her office in the Bryan Community Center the day after Council unanimously approved her hiring on Monday, June 4.

Curliss is new Village manager

On Monday, June 4, Village Council unanimously voted to ask Interim Village Manager Laura Curliss to be the Village’s permanent manager. Curliss verbally accepted the offer, although contract details have not been finalized.

Curliss has been interim manager since former Manager Mark Cundiff left his post after three years to take the manager position in Sidney. Previously, Curliss, an attorney, served for eight years as the executive assistant for Mayor David Raizk of Wilmington. Prior to that she worked in the Clinton County prosecutor’s office. She holds a law degree from the University of Notre Dame and a masters in divinity from the Yale Divinity School.

In an interview Monday night, Curliss said she and her husband, Phillip Gentile, will move to Yellow Springs with their 15-year-old son, Michael, as soon as they find a house.

For a more detailed story of the hiring and the June 4 Council meeting, see the June 7 News.

Topics:

No comments yet for this article.

The Yellow Springs News encourages respectful discussion of this article.
You must to post a comment.

Don't have a login? Register for a free YSNews.com account.

The forecast for 45387 by Wordpress Weather