Dennis Albrinck – Ward 4
Ward 4 Councilman Dennis Albrinck brings over 30 years of municipal government experience to the City of Reading. He has served as Safety Service Director for the City of Reading, Service Director in Blue Ash and as City Manager for the City of Clyde Ohio. Dennis was born and raised in Reading and currently resides at 1194 Oldwick Drive with his wife of 37 years, Carol. They have three daughters (Angela Kandil, Suzanne Bischoff and Carla Albrinck), and four grandchildren (Corey, Mackenzie, and Kelsey Kandil, and Tyler Dennis Bischoff). Dennis is very active in Our Lady of Sacred Heart Parish where he is president of the pastoral council, a lector, distributor.
While serving as Reading’s Safety Service Director, Dennis oversaw the Benson Street streetscape and sewer project, helped draft the City’s exterior property maintenance code and saved the city substantial money by converting from private to public trash hauling. In Reading, he has been a member of every city commission and committee of council, giving him a keen understanding of how the city operates. His service on Reading’s Planning and Zoning Commission and the Master Plan Steering Committee provided him a unique perspective on how to position Reading for the future through strategic planning and zoning. Most recently Dennis served four years as Reading Clerk of Council.
Dennis’ academic credentials are equally impressive. He graduated high school from St. Gregory Seminary, received a bachelor’s degree from the Athenaeum of Ohio, and earned three masters’ degrees: a master’s of education and a master’s of public administration degrees from Xavier University, and a master’s degree of divinity from Mt. St Mary Seminary.
Given his strong management and leadership skills, it is no wonder that Dennis’ top goal for the City of Reading is to provide all municipal departments with adequate staffing and resources to perform their jobs efficiently and safely.
You may contact Denny at: 513-554-1599(H) or 513-607-6362