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Oberdorfer named Director of Public Service; Molnar promoted to Deputy Director of Public Service

Oberdorfer named Director of Public Service; Molnar promoted to Deputy Director of Public Service

Paul Oberdorfer promoted to Director of Public Service;
Nick Molnar promoted to Deputy Service Director for the City of Green

Green, OH – Mayor Dick Norton is pleased to announce the promotions of Paul Oberdorfer and Nick Molnar to the positions of Director of Public Service and Deputy Service Director, respectively.   Oberdorfer was promoted effective January 1, 2015 upon the retirement of Randy Monteith; and Molnar was promoted effective January 19, 2015.Paul Oberdorfer

Paul Oberdorfer served as the City of Green’s Deputy Service Director since 2010.   Prior to join the City of Green, Oberdorfer was a facility manager for the Ohio Department of Transportation District 4.   He holds a bachelor of arts in management degree from Malone University and an associate’s degree of applied science in drafting technology from the University of Akron.   As Director of Public Service, Oberdorfer will oversee the highway, storm water and parks and recreation divisions.

Oberdorfer resides in Green with his wife Crystal, and his two children.

Nick Molnar has served as a service supervisor since joining the City of Green inNick Molnar January 2014.   As deputy service director, he will be responsible for storm water and highway maintenance including the City’s snow and ice removal program.   Prior to joining the City of Green, Molnar worked in management at W.W. Grainger. 

Molnar holds an associate’s degree in general studies from the University of Phoenix.

Molnar lives in Macedonia with his wife Jen and their two children.   Molnar also serves as a City Council representative for the City of Macedonia.                            

            The City of Green, Ohio, founded in 1992, is a prosperous, progressive and promising city with more than 25,000 residents.  Approximately 33.5 square-miles, Green is located in southern Summit County.    Visit www.cityofgreen.org.

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