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Board Member

Phone: (803) ***-****  
Local Address:  South Carolina , United States
Neighborhood Services Department

Employment History

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RHCN - Officers, 10 Nov 2006 [cached]
Council Liaison Ray Koterba
The final member of our team is Ray Koterba.Ray was recently hired as director of Neighborhood Empowerment for the City of Rock Hill.If you think the title is big, Ray's job is even bigger.Ray serves as the link between the Council of Neighborhoods and the City of Rock Hill governmental system.He and the staff of the Neighborhood Empowerment Office are responsible for a wide range of Rock Hill's neighborhood issues that would take an entire web site of their own to describe.Ray is a past president of the Confederate Park Neighborhood Association and serves on several boards and commissions, such as the Old Town Round Table, in both Rock Hill and York County.He is a husband, father, minister, and one of the most sincere people you'll ever meet.We are most fortunate to have Ray as a member of the RHCN family!
Official Website of the City of Rock Hill, South Carolina (SC), 14 Dec 2012 [cached]
Ray Koterba Director, Housing and Neighborhood Services 803-325-2528
Office Location: 150 Johnston Street Fax Number: 803-326-3852
Rock Hill Council of Neighborhoods, 1 Aug 2006 [cached]
Call to Order: Ray Koterba
Welcome and Introductions: Ray Koterba
• Status Update of Temporary Leadership - Ray Koterba
New Business:
Call to Order: Ray Koterba called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m.
Invocation: Ray Koterba opened with prayer. Ray shared information and said a prayer for Michael and Jocelyn Griffith (Baron Estates) who just lost their son.
Welcome and Introductions: Ray Koterba welcomed the many guests, including Beatrice and Hollis Adams of The Parks community.
• HOA Legal Consultation Meeting - Ray and Mike met with the HOA Legal Consultation group.
• Status Update of Temporary Leadership - Ray gave an update on this issue and explained the background and intent for new members present. A vote was taken by RHCN members present to have Neighborhood Empowerment (N.E.) continue in the leadership role for another 3 months N.E. will continue to support RHCN for another three months. Ray indicated that the RHCN has gone through a transition and needs a boost. Since the Arcade Mill site restoration there has been no major project for the RHCN. N.E. wants to see the RHCN prosper.
Community Concerns - "In the Know" • Ray reported that there are 5 Quick Trip convenience stores coming to the Rock Hill area.
United Way of York County, SC, 3 Sept 2008 [cached]
Holladay and Ray Koterba, the City of Rock Hill's Director of Housing & Neighborhood Services, met with city leaders and Plan Implementation Director in Hennepin County, Minnesota this summer, as well.
The Herald - local, 2 June 2003 [cached]
Ray Koterba is an admitted cheerleader for Rock Hill.
During his 29 years here, Koterba has relished community in-volvement.He was president of the Confederate Park Neighborhood Association for almost six years.He also has been involved with the redevelopment of the textile corridor as a member of the Old Town Roundtable.
Last month, he added something else to his résumé when he assumed the role of Neighborhood Empower-ment coordinator, replacing Melanie Brandon, who retired in April.
Koterba isn't a stranger to the Neighborhood Empowerment program.As president of the Confederate Park Neighborhood Association, he watched the group improve the neighborhood park and rid the area of drug houses.
The good relationship he shared with program leaders led him to pursue the coordinator's job.
"I saw firsthand how this program worked.It literally helped turn our neighborhood around," he said."It wasn't always overnight.But it was progress, and it was perceivable progress."
The teamwork between Neighbor-hood Empowerment, neighborhood associations and city staff is a rarity these days, Koterba said.
A recent conference in Chattanooga, Tenn., with representatives from similar programs across the country convinced him of that.Other cities don't enjoy the synergy found here, he said.
"We are literally light-years ahead of them.It's amazing how people look to Rock Hill as an example," he said.
Koterba has lived in other cities, Cleveland and Cincinnati among them, but Rock Hill has a special quality, he said.
"Rock Hill is home," he said, "and I absolutely love being here."
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