Bath Township Administrator Announces Retirement to Protect Pension
William Snow's retirement was accepted by the Bath Township Trustees Monday.
At Monday's Bath Township Trustees meeting Township Administrator Bill Snow asked trustees to accept his retirement.
Snow has more than 30 years of service in the public sector. See a copy of his retirement letter above.
Snow said he is not retiring because of anything that is happening in the township, but because he has to protect his best interest with the changes in Ohio Public Employee's Pension plan happening at the state level.
"Make no mistake about the issues," Snow said in his letter. "The State is changing the rules of the pension fund that is driving this change, and again residents of the Township are being directly affected by the actions of state government."
At the end of his letter, Snow said he hopes the trustees will consider rehiring him for the same position. The trustees have until the end of August to decide.
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