Schommer resigned in March as city manager in Huber Heights, a position he held for more than seven years in the city where he had a 25-year career.
“I am truly impressed how cohesive and committed the mayor and council are as well as their legitimate accomplished efforts for the success of Bellbrook,” Schommer stated. “I am excited to put their vision to work and contribute to the service and quality of life in this community.”
According to his employment agreement, Schommer will be paid $120,000 as a base salary per year, along with vision, dental and health benefits and a retirement account through the state of Ohio. He also will receive $6,000 for a personal vehicle per year, ”to be used to purchase, lease, or own, operate and maintain a personal vehicle,” the agreement says. There is no requirement for Schommer to live in the city.
At the time of his departure from Huber Heights, the city agreed to pay him a lump sum of $150,000 and to cover his health, dental and vision insurance at city expense through March 31, 2022.