Hebert out as safety-service boss; Duncan tabs Willard grad for job
Dec 6, 2011 at 1:00 PM
Norwalk Mayor-elect Rob Duncan has named Mark Schloemer the new safety-service director.
The 26-year-old Schloemer will succeed Linda Hebert, who was not expected to return under the new administration. He will take over the safety-service position after Duncan takes office on Jan. 3.
The director of public service and the director of public safety are combined positions in Norwalk.
Schloemer is a 2004 graduate of Willard High School who earned a political science degree at Ohio Northern University. He currently lives in Columbus but said he plans to move to Norwalk "very soon."
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