HAMILTON, Ohio — The former West Chester Township administrator is returning to Butler County to help run the county government.
The Board of Butler County Commissioners hired Judi Boyko as the next county administrator, they announced Monday. Boyko will start in the new role on March 6.
"As an already high-performing organization, we are thrilled to welcome Judi and hire her to this leadership role to navigate Butler County to the next level," Board Vice President T.C. Rogers said in a news release.
Boyko was West Chester's township administrator from 2005 to 2017, when she left to join Hamilton County as an assistant county administrator. In Hamilton County, Boyko has worked in all areas of county government, working on 911 communications, infrastructure, economic development and other issues, according to the news release.
"I am excited to serve the county in this critical role and to collaborate with a team of professionals to enhance the delivery and quality of services to the residents and corporate citizens of Butler County," Boyko said in the news release.