Christopher Modranski Promoted to Perform the Duties of Economic Development Director
Carroll County Commissioners on Thursday announced that Christopher R. Modranski, the Boards Assistant Clerk, has been promoted to perform the duties of Economic Development Director.
“I am excited to get started and one of the first tasks I will work on is engaging our current businesses and developing a relationship with them to learn what their current and future needs are. I believe making sure we provide resources to retain and expand our current business base is just as if not more important than obtaining new opportunities.” said Modranski
Modranski, who is a 13-year employee of Carroll County was hired in January 2006 by Sheriff Dale R. Williams and spent eight years as an emergency dispatcher before transferring to the Commissioners’ Office in 2013 were he has served as an Assistant Clerk for the past five years.
Modranski, a life-long Carroll County resident, graduated from Kent State University in 2013 with a Bachelor of Business Administration and will begin his duties on December 21, 2018 as Carroll County’s next Economic Development Director. He will spend 20 hours a week fulfilling the Economic Development duties and 20 hours assisting in the Commissioners’ Office.
For any economic development inquiries please call or email Christopher Modranski at (330)627-4869 or email@example.com