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Eric Campbell to leave City of Charlotte for the City of Dallas, Texas

Friday, August 1, 2014

Eric joined the City of Charlotte in 2008 and has served as liaison for the City Manager’s Office to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, Charlotte Fire Department, Community Relations, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Utility Department, Engineering & Property Management and Shared Services. He also serves as the staff resource for City Council’s Community Safety committee which focuses on several key initiatives to make Charlotte one of America’s safest communities; chairman of the City Manager appointed Shared Services Governance Committee; and the Executive Management Risk/Loss Task Force.
Throughout his years with the City of Charlotte, Eric has done a tremendous amount of work on major initiatives including the following:

  • Democratic National Convention (Charlotte 2012), focusing on public safety and collaborating with local and national authorities
  • City noise ordinance
  • Passenger vehicle for hire
  • Adults with disabilities
  • Risk Management initiatives 

“We recognize Eric Campbell’s impact as an Assistant City Manager throughout his time with the City of Charlotte,” said Mayor Dan Clodfelter. “On behalf of City Council, I would like to thank him for his leadership and involvement with many City departments, initiatives and Council committees. Eric will certainly be missed, but we wish him the best in Dallas.”
While serving as Assistant City Manager, Eric has continued to be involved with professional organizations such as the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) and has been instrumental in the planning of the organization’s 100th Anniversary Annual Conference to be held in Charlotte.
“Eric is a valued part of this organization and our City on many levels,”  said City Manager Ron Carlee. “His efforts and knowledge about local government helped propel our City forward and he will be missed. I am confident that Eric will continue his great work in public service for the City of Dallas.”
Eric's last day in the office will be September 19. 

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