The Delaware County Transit Board of Directors announced Thursday that Harry Kamdar, executive director of the public transportation agency, will step down on July 29.
In a press release, the board said that in his resignation letter, dated June 10, Kamdar cited “personal reasons” for his decision to step down. In the letter, Kamdar said he will be “available to assist with the transition process to ensure business continuity and succession planning.”
Kamdar’s resignation was accepted by the board on Wednesday.
After serving as executive director of the Ohio State Dental Board, Kamdar took over as the new executive director of Delaware County Transit on Feb. 28.
Ferzan Ahmed, chairman of the DCT board, said in the press release that the board will immediately launch its search for a new director.
“We wish Harry the best and appreciate his willingness to help with a smooth transition,” Ahmed said. “We will continue to chart the way forward for Delaware County Transit. It’s a vibrant community and the future is bright for public transportation here.
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