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Marino to leave Homewood government; Haney to become village manager

Jim Marino has been one of the Homewood's top administrators for more than two decades, but he is moving on to a new position as city administrator for Crest Hill.

Marino's last day as village manager will be Dec. 17. On Dec. 18, Assistant Village Manager Napoleon Haney will take the helm.

Marino joined the Homewood staff in February 1999 as assistant village manager. In 2012, he was promoted to village manager.

"It has been a great honor and privilege to serve such a highly regarded community for nearly 23 years," Marino said. "Homewood is an extraordinary community . . .

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