COLUMBUS – Today Gov. John Kasich named three members to the Public Utilities Commission Nominating Council and two members to the Ethics Commission.
Public Utilities Commission Nominating Council Appointments
All appointments are effective immediately and continue indefinitely, as members serve at the pleasure of the governor.
Mitchell P. Grindley of Westerville replaces Christie Angel as the business representative. Grindley is Vice President of Marketing at Plaskolite, Inc., a manufacturer of acrylic sheeting.
Michael J. Koren of Dublin replaces Marvin I. Resnik as the utilities representative. Koren is President of MJK Consulting, a regulatory consulting firm.
Mark A. Totman of Hilliard replaces Seth Rosen as the organized labor representative. Totman is the Legislative Representative for District #3 of the International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 18.
Ethics Commission Appointments
Ethics Commission appointments are subject to the advice and consent of the Ohio Senate.
Merom Brachman of Bexley has been appointed to fill an unexpired term as a Republican member of the Ethics Commission. Brachman’s term is effective immediately and expires on 1/1/13.
Maryann B. Gall of Columbus has been selected to serve as a Democrat member of the Ethics Commission. Gall’s term is effective immediately and expires on 1/1/15.
Thursday, January 27, 2011
Kasich Announces Appointments to the Public Utilities Commission Nominating Council and the Ethics Commission