CENTERVILLE -- City Councilman Cameron Andrews was named mayor pro tem for 2015 during the council’s first regular meeting of the year Tuesday.
The council’s main business was to reappoint numerous Municipal Court positions.
At the request of Mayor John Harley, Jeff Grube was appointed Municipal Court judge, Susan McNally as Municipal Court judge pro tem, and Clarence Williams as Municipal Court public defender.
All were accepted unanimously by council.
Rebecca Tydings, Centerville’s city attorney, said an administrative law judge for the city would be named at a later date.
Also Tuesday, at the suggestion of city accountant Carol Harrison, the council agreed to close two Bank of America accounts and move the money into regular city accounts.
One, a $31,380 sewage treatment escrow account, will be moved into the city’s water and sewer account. The other, a $7,228 commercial interest account, will be moved to the city’s general fund.