Kohlbuss

The Tri-County Regional Planning Commission needs to get its fiscal house in order before actively searching for a new executive director.  Peoria Public Radio’s Alex Rusciano reports that’s the message following last night’s executive board meeting:

The longtime executive director of the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission will resign his post.  A separation agreement with the commission states that Terry Kohlbuss will resign at the end of next March, but shall no longer perform any duties or report to work effective immediately.

Tri-County separation agreement remains murky

Oct 24, 2013

It’s been a week since the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission approved a separation agreement with its longtime executive director, Terry Kohlbuss. But the agreement is still not official. Details on any agreement won’t be made public until both parties sign-off. 

The Tri-County regional Planning Commission is set to discuss creating a special search committee for a new executive director.  The agenda for the full commission meeting also says the body will talk about revisions to its personnel handbook.  

The Tri-County Regional Planning Commission Executive Board has a Separation Agreement with its long-time director. Peoria Public Radio’s Alex Rusciano reports that Terry Kohlbuss has been on extended leave for nearly a month:

Tri-County looking to extend borrowing power

Oct 15, 2013

The Tri-County Regional Planning commission is looking to extend its maximum line of credit to $300,000.  That’s a $200,000 increase from its current borrowing capacity with the Southside Bank. Board member Andrew Rand says the expanded credit line is important because of delayed state grant payments:

Tri-County committee to review executive director

Jul 26, 2013

The Tri-County Regional Planning Commission Board is forming a special committee to review and make recommendations regarding the employment of  executive director Terry Kohlbuss.  The decision comes after commission members met in executive session multiple times in recent months.  Many of those meetings lasted over an hour each, and did not include the attendance of Kohlbuss.  A meeting date for the personnel committee has not been set.