Amy Vilardo

Amy Vilardo, Mayor, City of Milford, recently visited a virtual luncheon meeting of the Cincinnati Eastside Rotary Club. Vilardo addressed topics such as Milford’s COVID-19 response, development and attraction of the FC Cincinnati practice facility, Chamber Drive development, the growth and development of downtown Milford, and more.

Vilardo was sworn in as mayor of the city of Milford in August, 2019. Vilardo is a lifelong Milford resident and graduate of Milford High School She was first elected to Milford council in January 2006. Prior to public service, Vilardo worked as a paralegal as well as a court transcriptionist. She previously owned her own court reporting business.

Situated on the banks of the Little Miami River and established as a village in 1836, Milford has grown over the years while maintaining its “Home Town” charm. The City of Milford was chosen by Ohio Magazine as one of the “Best Hometowns” in Ohio.

FMI: https://www.milfordohio.org/departments/city_council/index.php

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