Tiffin, Ohio —Lifelong Tiffin resident Zackery Perkins was sworn in as the newest at-large city councilman Wednesday afternoon.
Perkins was appointed by the Seneca County Republican Central Committee on Jan. 19, replacing Tyler Shuff, who was elected to the Seneca County Board of Commissioners.
Perkins is a graduate of Tiffin Columbian High School and Leadership Seneca County and was a Seneca County Board of Elections precinct official. Perkins has 20 years of management experience, including budgeting, cost controls, strategic planning and team leadership.
Perkins lives in Tiffin with his wife, Danielle, and children, Zoey and Draven, who both attend Tiffin City Schools.
Perkins said he is grateful to the Republican Central Committee for their nomination.
“The overwhelming amount of trust and support from the Republican Central Committee has been an honor and is very humbling,” Perkins said. “I look forward to working with my fellow council members, Mayor Montz, City Administration and other public officials that are working tirelessly to push Tiffin on the path to success.”
Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz said, “I am pleased to welcome Zack to city council and look forward to working with him over the next several years. It’s wonderful to see yet another young professional getting involved and giving back to the Tiffin community.”
To reach Perkins, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (567) 230-6073.
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