“I think we need to share this with everyone, and make everyone feel like they are part of their own city and that the decisions that are made are one that everyone can share.”
City council chairman Alan Brooks, R-Ward 3, told The Times he believes Hein would be a great city manager.
“He started in the volunteer fire department at the age of 18, (and) worked his way up through the fire department, public works, police. He is continuing his education. I believe he is close. to have his master, ”Brooks said.
“Even when I was in caucus two years ago that’s all I heard – that Dave was training for the job.… The guy really cares about the city. he’s going to do a great job. ”
According to City Ordinance 2021-9, which sets wages, salaries and compensation for the city for 2021, Hein’s new salary will be $ 120,000 14.
His current salary, according to the city’s salary ordinance for 2021, is $ 99,888.62.
Once Hein assumes his new role, recently appointed Deputy Chief Constable William Alcott will become Chief Constable. Alcott served with the Homewood Police Department for over 20 years, including approximately five years as Chief of Police.
The post of City Manager is currently held by Tom DeGiulio, who has been working in the city since 2016.