The City Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the City and performs highly trustworthy, professional work of considerable difficulty in planning, developing, and directing major programs and projects for the City. Randy also carries out the directives and policies of elected City officials; enforces all orders, resolutions, ordinances, and regulations of the City.
Randy is from Cincinnati, Ohio and graduated from Reading High School. Randy then attended Wright State University and has graduated with a BA in Political Science, MA in Applied Behavioral Sciences, and a Master of Public Administration.
Randy was hired as the Planning Director in October of 2012 and has since elevated to the ranks of top administrator in the City of New Carlisle. His previous employers were MVRPC and the City of Riverside, Ohio as an intern.
In 2015 Randy became the City Manager for New Carlisle. On the verge of fiscal watch when taking over he has led the City to a positive financial outlook, record pacing of road repairs, upgraded City parks, renegotiated contracts saving taxpayers thousands of dollars a year, and has brought the City into the 21st century with technological updates.
Randy has also been instrumental with economic development in our City. By working with area agencies to develop Tax Incentives, he has been at the forefront in securing agreements with multiple large businesses that will benefit the City and its residents for years to come.
He was also influential in revitalization of the Twin Creeks subdivision by finalizing stalled lawsuits. This allowed the City to enter a Land Reutilization Program and then sell the unproductive parcels of land to a developer. We are now experiencing many new homes being built in the subdivision.
Regarding City finances, Randy has been successful in refinancing certain debts of the City. While doing so, he was able to reduce yearly payment amounts and shortened the repayment schedule. Randy has also worked with the Finance Director to increase the City’s investment earnings by diversification of investments and establish an Investment Policy that will guide the City for years to come.