Concord Township Board of Trustees, Chairman
Carl H. Dondorfer was appointed as a Concord Township Trustee on April 8, 2019. Carl is a 12 year resident of Concord Township. He attended St. Gabriel School in Concord Twp. and St. Joseph’s High School in Cleveland. Carl graduated from Bowling Green State University with a BA in Political Science.
Carl has a sincere passion for public service and has served the residents of Concord Township over the past 25 years in his role as a Deputy Sheriff with the Lake County Sheriff’s Office. Carl was the Operations Captain with the Lake County Sheriff’s Office and oversaw the daily operations of the Road Patrol and Court Services Divisions as well as all community outreach programs within Lake County. Carl was also the Commander of the Lake County SWAT Team for several years before retiring in 2018. Carl is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, The Police Executive Leadership College and the Certified Law Enforcement Executive (C.L.E.E.) Program. Carl has served as the past Membership Chair for the United Way of Lake County Government Division and has also been a community volunteer for several programs at St. Gabriel Parish and other organizations within Lake County. After leaving the Sheriff’s Office, Carl served as a Lieutenant with the Lake MetroParks Ranger Department before leaving to work for the Willoughby Municipal Court where he is currently employed. Carl is also an Eagle Scout.
He is married to his wife, Alyson, and they have two children, Mallory and Carley.
Concord Township Board of Trustees, Vice-Chairman
Morgan R. McIntosh is serving his first term as Concord Trustee. Morgan is the President of OmegaOne, a Willoughby based manufacturing company. He attended Minnesota State University, earning a BS in law enforcement.
After five years in law enforcement, he began a business career as the Operations Manager of OmegaOne, becoming the President five years later. Morgan is an active member of Vistage International, a CEO mentoring group; he and his management team graduated from Scalerator NEO, a business growth and leadership curriculum.
Morgan is a graduate of the Cleveland Leadership Institute and Cleveland Bridge Builders. As a Bridge Builder, Morgan helped the Lake County Free Clinic establish fundraising sources and an annual fundraising event. Morgan works for the Lake County Board of Elections as an Election Day Rover. He has served on the Learning About Business Board, and has volunteered as a day chair and guest speaker.
Residing in Concord for 21 years, Morgan was joined by his wife Lynn when they were married. Lynn is a Pharmacist with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Morgan was appointed to the Concord Painesville JEDD in October 2019 and served on the Concord Township Zoning Commission for 10 years until his election as Trustee.
Concord Township Board of Trustees, Fiscal Officer Pro-Tempore
Amy L. Lucci was appointed as a Concord Township Trustee on December 27, 2019. Amy is a 19 year resident of Concord Township. She attended Mentor High School and graduated from Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor of Science and Nursing degree. She later graduated from Kaplan University with a Master’s degree in Nursing Administration and a Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Chamberlain School of Nursing. Amy is currently a program manager for the Cleveland Clinic, where she has been employed for over 26 years, and responsible for clinical and surgical operations. Amy volunteers as a board member for the American Society of Ophthalmic Registered Nurses, where she oversees education and research. She has lectured for the US State Department as an ophthalmic nurse expert. She has also been a community volunteer with Convoy of Hope and Cleveland Clinic Healing Services Team. Amy is passionate about community well-being and committed to serving the residents of Concord Township.
Amy is married to Judge Eugene A. Lucci and has three daughters, Brandy, Carly, and Delaney, and two stepdaughters, Gina and Nina.
Concord Township Fiscal Officer
Amy L. Dawson was elected fiscal officer of Concord Township on November 3, 2009. When she isn’t managing the Township’s finances at Town Hall, she can be found at the Kirtland Public Library, where she serves as their fiscal officer. Before her election, Amy was Concord’s assistant fiscal officer for more than four years. She brought more than twenty years of financial experience to her position. She graduated from Leadership Lake County in 1999 and has been an active volunteer in the community. Amy is a sustaining member of the Western Reserve Junior Service League. She has a B.S. in Business Administration from John Carroll University. Amy and her husband Bob have lived in Concord Township since 1995 (Bob has lived here since 1973). After graduating from The University of Cincinnati, her sons Alec and Ross are currently serving in the United States Air Force on active duty.
Talk of the Township
Our first edition of Talk of the Township, formerly known as Fireside Chats, is now available for your viewing on our YouTube Channel or by clicking on the video below. Below are the highlights of the video:
- COVID-19 challenges and how the Township is responding to those challenges
- FIRE DEPARTMENT:
- Requests for hospital transportation
- Update on proposed new Fire Department facilities
- Stakeholders meetings
- SERVICE DEPARTMENT:
- New Service Director
- Emergency responses
- Road projects
- Tree plantings
- Yard Waste Program
- CEMETERY Update
- Local Business & Subdivision updates
- RECREATION DEPARTMENT:
- Facebook post responses
- Summer Grapevine edition
- Bicentennial book
- Community garden
- Future rental dates
- Summer events update
Please contact the Trustees with comments and concerns. Their contact information can be found on the website’s Staff Directory.