Heck will take office in January.
“Bryan has the experience in public administration and vision for the future that we feel is the best fit to help lead Springfield in a positive direction,” said Springfield Mayor Warren Copeland. “We are pleased that Bryan has accepted this challenge and we look forward to working together in service to the people of Springfield.”
City Commission extended the offer to Heck Tuesday following its regular Commission meeting. The commission is expected to vote on Heck’s appointment at its next regular meeting at 7 p.m. Dec. 18 in the City Hall Forum, 76 E. High St.
Heck is a lifelong resident of Clark County and a graduate of Wittenberg University. He and his wife, Bailey, have two children.
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