Steve Debolt is leaving the job of Shawnee Hills Village manager at the end of 2018. The Shawnee Hills Chamber of Commerce would like to thank him for all the help he has given the chamber the past three years. At the November 12 meeting of Village council Carol Kender chamber president and several members of the board presented Steve with a certificate of appreciation. Pictured with Steve Debolt are Rob Thatcher, Village council representative to the chamber, right; and Virginia Millerchamber board member , left, and Carol Kender, next to Steve. Not pictured is Judy Stephenson, chamber treasurer, Dawn Bookmyer, secretary, Ken Barton, Vice President, Craig Tuthill, chamber representative to the Village and Steve Smith The entire board wishes him well in future endeavors.
President Carol Kender introduced Commissioner Lewis. Also seated at the head table were left to right, Dawn Bookmyer, secretary,: Judy Stephenson Treasurer and Debbie Shatzer, Executive Director of the Delaware County Tourist Board. Commissioner Lewis's keynote address described the function of the Commissioners. She then aswered questions from the audience.
Guest Speaker Bob Lamb Development Director of Delaware County
Bob Lamb, Economic Development Director
Bob Lamb joined Delaware County as economic development director in August of 2015. Bob’s primary role is to further economic development in Delaware County through new business attraction activities, infrastructure enhancement and supporting the Delaware County Finance Authority.
Previously, Bob served as community and economic development manager for the city of Upper Arlington, and economic development administrator for the city of Glendale, Arizona.
Bob has a Juris Doctorate degree from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, a master’s degree in Urban Planning and Development degree from Cleveland State University, and a bachelor’s degree from Bowling Green State University.
He has certifications in public management and Lean/Six Sigma from Arizona State University, Lawrence Technological University, the state of Ohio and the International City/County Management Association.
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