Kilburn said he and his family have lived in Huber Heights since 1989. He works at Crown Beverage Packaging as a production operator and in quality control, his resume says. He is a member of the Huber Height Masonic Lodge.
Hendrix works as a software engineer for Northrop Grumman, according to his resume. He has lived in Ward 3 since 2017.
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All four applicants will be interviewed at the work session on Tuesday. Wylie’s interview will be at 6:30 p.m., Baker’s interview will be at 7 p.m., Kilburn’s at 7:30 p.m. and Hendrix’s at 8 p.m.
Before his resignation, Councilman Glenn Otto called Morgan’s residency into question.
Morgan’s wife filed for divorce in October 2019, according to court records.
Since then, Morgan and his three children had been living with his parents in Beavercreek.
Huber Heights Mayor Jeff Gore said under state law Morgan was still a resident of the city if he intended on moving back into the city. Morgan informed Gore the day he resigned that his housing search was “taking him outside of the city” and that his intention to return had changed, Gore said.
Otto filed a complaint that they mayor did nothing even though he knew Morgan was temporarily living in Beavercreek. Vice Mayor Nancy Byrge investigated Otto’s complaint and found no wrongdoing on the mayor’s part.