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The City of Medina was organized, formed and incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio and adopted at an election on May 6, 1952. It has a "Council-Mayor" general law form of government where the Mayor and the members of City Council, and the City's Finance Director are elected on a non-partisan basis by the voters. Council is comprised of seven members, four members that represent a respective ward and two at-large members and the Council President. The Council President is an elected position.
Members of the Mayor's Administration are appointed positions approved by Council.
Members of the Administration are appointed by the Mayor and approved by Council. The administration includes 10 departments: Building, Economic Development, Engineering, Fire Depatment, Law Department, Parks Department, Planning and Zoning, Police Department, the Recreation Center, and the Service Department. There are approximately 390 employees. This includes all part-time and seasonal positions.
Members of the Administration
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