Board Announces Retirement of Twp Manager Snider

Board Announces Retirement of Twp Manager Snider

Board of Trustees Announces Retirement of Twp Manager Snider
Posted on 10/18/2019

NORTHVILLE TOWNSHIP, October 18, 2019 -  After serving Northville Township for more than 29 years, Township Manager Chip Snider has announced his retirement. As Township Manager Chip Snider worked diligently to redefine the concept of Servant Leadership.

Chip Snider’s many contributions to the Township include organizationally restructuring the Northville Township Police and Fire Department to a nominally consolidated Public Safety Department. Chip Snider’s greatest honor was to recruit and serve the remarkably talented men and women who he credits as the finest team working for the Charter Township of Northville.

With the trust and support of the Board of Trustees Manager Snider’s succession planning has prepared us for this day with confidence and strength.

Township Supervisor, Bob Nix II, issued the following statement: “We sincerely regret losing Chip Snider as our Township Manager. He has served the Township for almost 30 years and has left a legacy of servant leadership, loyalty, excellence, uncompromising ethical standards and created a desirable community. No one will be able to fill his shoes. Words are completely inadequate to express the gratitude of the Township for leadership and service. On behalf of the Board and staff, we thank Chip and wish him well on his retirement.”

Chip Snider has been a mentor to many, and his influence has made an indelible impact on generations of professionals at Northville Township.

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