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Jim Mosic Stepping Down as Public Safety Director

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Director of Public Safety Jim Mosic is stepping down as the City of Hilliard Director of Public Safety effective April 1. Mosic has served in the part-time role since July 2018.

“I’ve enjoyed 36 years in public service,” Mosic said. “Now, I think it’s time for me to enjoy my retirement, spend time with my family, and explore the world on my motorcycle.”

“The City of Hilliard has been fortunate to have had Jim Mosic bringing his experience and expertise in this position,” said City Manager Michelle Crandall. “We hate to see him go, but understand that he wishes to enjoy his retirement after 36 years of public service. The City of Hilliard wishes him all the best.”

Crandall said she will assess the role of the Public Safety Director position as part of her overall analysis of the City’s organizational structure. There is no timeline for filling the position. 

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