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Hamilton County, OH November 8, 2011 Election
Mayor; Village of Glendale Voter Information

4 Year Term.

a statutory village

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Ralph M. Hoop Click here for more information about this candidate 610 votes 54.76%

  • Occupation: Retired
  • 37 year career as P&G engineering manager
  • BS Mechanical Engineering & MSME Purdue University
  • Past President & Trustee Glendale Heritage Preservation
  • Chair Glendale Ad Hoc Quiet Zone Committee
  • Glendale Village Council - current
  • Current Glendale Vice-Mayor
  • Balance the Glendale General Fund Budget
  • Make the Glendale Water & Sewer Utilities self sustaining
  • Update the year 2000 Village Plan
Jenny Kilgore Click here for more information about this candidate 504 votes 45.24%
  • Occupation: Adjunct Professor
  • I have earned a Ph.D. in Educational (Organizational) Leadership.
  • I was elected to council to serve the residents of the Village of Glendale in 2004 and 2008.
  • I was appointed by council to serve as Vice Mayor in 2007.
  • I am a member of the The Hamilton County Municipal League Executive Committee &The First Suburbs Consortium of SW Ohio Executive Comittee.
  • I am a member of the Economic Development Committee and The Glendale Chamber of Commerce.
  • I have taught for 27 years, the last 13 at university level.
  • My emphasis continues to be on the smooth & sound running of the village, providing residents with the quality of service, at reasonable cost.
  • The wise development of the Landmark property & monitoring of our neighboring communities' growth effects on Glendale.
  • My goal is to partner with neighboring communities to coordinate and share services, savings through wise collective purchasing of resources.

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