Perrysburg City Council is expected to confirm Mayor Nelson Evans' appointment of two leading officials at its meeting Tuesday night, which will end the city's administrative hiring shake-up.
The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the city municipal building, 201 W. Indiana Ave.
Timothy Warren, a financial services specialist at the Toledo engineering firm Arcadis U.S. Inc., has been tapped to oversee the city's new utilities department. He is to start July 30 and is to be paid $92,500 annually.
The city created the administrator position to separate the duties of Public Service Director Jon Eckel.
Mr. Warren will handle an upcoming water-rates study, a wastewater treatment plant expansion, and be on top of changing government rules. Mr. Eckel will administer the remaining engineering, streets and buildings, and land-sanitation divisions in the public service department.
The mayor also named Bridgette Kabat, chief of staff to the Lucas County Board of Commissioners, as city administrator. John Alexander is retiring after seven years on the job. Ms. Kabat, 44, of Maumee is to start July 23 and is to be paid $98,000 a year, officials said.
The third open administrator position was filled last month when Thomas King, planning and zoning administrator, replaced Rick Thielen, who resigned in November.