The City of Wadsworth
Robin L. Laubaugh is serving her first four-year term as Mayor of Wadsworth. As Chief Executive Officer to the city government of Wadsworth, her most important duty is her appointment of the Director of Public Service, The Director of Human Resources and the Director of Public Safety. These appointments help the Mayor to effectively administer city services to Wadsworth's 25,000 residents and to supervise the city's 229 full-time, 17 part-time, and 95 seasonal employees, as well as its 47 Fire and EMS volunteers.
Additionally, the Mayor appoints many citizens to serve on the more than 20 volunteer commissions and boards which benefit the community as a whole. The Mayor regularly participates in City Council meetings, where she has the power to sign new legislation adopted by City Council or veto those ordinances that she opposes. Between city meetings, Mayor Laubaugh is busy attending various community events, meetings with officials from other municipalities, and other 'ceremonial' functions.
Wadsworth City Council
The City Council of Wadsworth consists of eight Council members, including the Council President. Wadsworth City Council members are elected to their positions as part-time public servants. Each serves for two years, with the current terms beginning January 1, 2010 and continuing through December 31, 2011. Council members for the 2010 term included a returning Council President, five Council members and one at-large new member elected in November, 2009.
For the code of ordiances, please click here or go to www.wadsworthcity.com/ordinances