Columbus City Utilities gets new leadership

Columbus City Utilities has a new director. Scott Dompke was approved by the utility board on Monday to replace Keith Reeves, who is retiring. Reeves has worked for the city of Columbus since 1980. He has been the director of utilities since 1997.

Reeves says that Dompke brings over 30 years of management and design experience with municipal government and utilities to his new role with the city of Columbus. That includes 16 years with the city of Bloomington, where he was a department head of the water and wastewater utility.

Dompke is scheduled to begin his role as Director on July 2.