Hiram city manager resigning to enter private sector
by Tom Spigolon
11:00 AM, Wednesday, September 02
Hiram’s first city manager resigned Tuesday night after receiving an offer in the private sector, he said today. Robbie Rokovitz submitted his resignation to the Hiram City Council after working three years heading the day-to-day operations of the...

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