New village administrator named in Frankfort

October 14, 2017 by  

The Village Board of Frankfort recently appointed Robert “Rob” Piscia as its village administrator. Over the past 30 years, he has served the village as police chief, finance director, director of human resources, and assistant village administrator.

Since June, Piscia has been interim village administrator. At that time, Jerry Ducay, village administrator for many years, left the village for a similar position in Texas.

Over 35 people applied for the position, said Jim Holland, Mayor of Frankfort, but the experience and qualifications of Piscia made the difference. Holland went on to say that Piscia knows the people and issues of Frankfort, and will be able to serve the community well with his integrity and communication skills.

Piscia is a certified floodplain manager and police chief, as well as a member of several civic organizations, including the Society for Human Resource Managers, Will County Administrators and Managers, the Illinois Government Finance Officers Association, and the Illinois City Managers Association.

Piscia has lived in Frankfort for 23 years with his wife, Leslie, and their three children have all attended Lincoln-Way East High School.

Poster printing companies can be hired to create pieces that can be displayed throughout the village, so people will become aware of new appointments, learn more about new officials’ backgrounds, and know who to contact for specific issues.

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