MOUNT VERNON — The Emergency Management Agency board of directors voted Thursday afternoon to award Director Mark Maxwell a 4 percent pay raise, retroactive to Oct. 1.
The action came following an executive session in which they reviewed Maxwell’s performance in his first year (actually 14 months) on the job. Included was a performance appraisal done by County Commissioner Roger Reed, who chairs the board, and Emily Marth, who heads Human Resources and Safety and Loss Control for the county.
That appraisal rated him on a scale of one to five in 11 areas and he received an overall score of 4.09.
They also solicited evaluations from various people, including Health Commissioner Julie Miller, Sheriff Dave Shaffer, Red Cross Manager Kelly Brenneman, Fredericktown EMS Chief Rick Lanuzza, Health Department Emergency Preparedness Coordinator Patrick V. Valentino, County Auditor Jonette Curry and Ohio EMA Field Liaison Dan Winningham, all of who gave him a highly favorable evaluation.
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