Golf Manor Installed New Mayor and 3 Council Members Monday, Dec. 9, 2019

GOLF MANOR, OH – (12/10/2019) – A new mayor and three new council members were sworn
in at the Village of Golf Manor’s regular council meeting on Monday, December 9, 2019. Proceedings took place in the Village Community Hall located at 6450 Wiehe Road.

Mayor Stefan Densmore, appointed Village mayor in September, was returned to the seat in the November
election and was sworn in by Hamilton County Commissioner Denise Driehaus to a four-year term.

Daniel Kneipp and Roger Van Harn, both of whom had been previously appointed to open
council seats, were returned to four-year terms in November and were sworn in by Judge Thomas O.
Beridon of the Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas.

Eric Pridonoff, a newcomer to Village council, was elected for a two-year term to complete the
term of an open seat and will be sworn in by Rabbi Elliot Polsky.

Matt Boettcher, a member of council since 2017, was elected by Council to be vice-mayor, also sworn-in by Judge Beridon.

Brenda Dubose, a long-time council member, retired from Village service Monday night. Mrs. Dubose had previously been Clerk-Treasurer and a Council member, in service to the Village for over 18 years.

A reception was held for friends and family in Community Hall after the regular council meeting.

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