Moraine hiring firm to search for longtime city manager’s replacement

The hiring of a firm to begin the search for a successor to longtime Moraine City Manager David Hicks is expected to be approved tonight.

The Moraine City Council is seeking to contract with a Cincinnati consultant to help find a replacement for Hicks, who is retiring in March.

The city is proposing to pay the Novak Consulting Group $22,900 for an “executive recruitment” search, city records show.

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The firm specializes in local government consulting and executive search services in the Midwest, city records show.

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Hicks became city manager in 2001 after serving as acting city manager, police chief, detective and police officer in career that began in the mid-1970s.

Moraine City Council is set to meet at 6 p.m. in the Moraine Municipal Building, 4200 Dryden Road.


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