INGHAM COUNTY, Mich. (WILX) - Jodie LeBombard has accepted the position of Animal Control Director for Ingham County. The Board of Commissioners will vote on her appointment at the September 25, 2018 Board of Commissioners meeting.
"We are extremely pleased to offer Jodi LeBombard the position of Animal Control Director for Ingham County," stated Bryan Crenshaw, Chairperson of the Law & Courts Committee and the Animal Control Director Search Committee.
LeBombard is the current director of Jackson County Animal Control, is a former Lead Animal Control Officer and Cruelty Investigator for Ingham County, Crenshaw said "she possesses a wealth of knowledge and experience. We are anxious to have her join us again in Ingham County."
LeBombard stated, "I am honored to have been selected for the position of Director. I look forward to rejoining my Ingham County family. I cannot thank the community enough for all their support and recommendations."
According to a press release, LeBombard has proven to be dedicated, enthusiastic and passionate in animal care and control. Moreover, her leadership ability and integrity will be essential in moving Ingham County Animal Control and Shelter (ICACS) forward. LeBombard has nearly 10 years of experience with ICACS, as well as her devotion for the protection and well-being of animals. The press release goes on to say "she is committed to positive organizational growth within the department and the community."
Her start date will be October 15, 2018. A meet and greet reception will be held immediately following the Board of Commissioners' meeting on Tuesday, September 25, 2018, approximately 7:00 pm on the third floor of the Ingham County Courthouse in Mason.