Tim Molony – Treasurer

Tim MolonyI am honored to be Norwood’s Treasurer since 1998 and thank all citizens for placing their trust in me.

My education includes both a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and a Master’s Degree in Finance from Xavier University. I’m also certified by the State of Ohio Treasurer’s Office as a Public Funds Investment Manager.

I’m the Chief Financial Officer for Eagle Specialty Vehicles and former Chairman of the Hamilton County Tax Levy Review Committee.

My staff and I work hard to provide quality service for all Norwood residents, interacting everyday with residents and other City departments in a professional and efficient manner.

Our accomplishments include:

  • Instituted fair tax collection policies and procedures to ensure that over 12,000 business and individual accounts pay their fair share.
  • We have consistently passed every audit in this era of increased Federal and State rules and regulations.
  • Operated the Treasurer’s Office in an effective manner with less full time staff than when I took office 16 years ago.
  • Instituted an Electronic Banking program that enables residents to pay water bills, earnings tax, building permits and birth certificates in a more convenient manner.
  • Provided the most up to date information by adding tax forms and the tax code to the City of Norwood web page.
  • Collected the most earnings tax in Norwood’s history.

I was born and raised in Norwood. I’m a member of Holy Trinity Parish and the proud father of four daughters.

I pledge to continue improving the Treasurer’s Office in this ever changing economic environment and I ask for your vote on November 5th!

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  2. Mr. Molony claims he has “passed every audit.”
    His opponent, Ms. Yeager, claims the Treasurer “continues to be cited for Material Weakness, Noncompliance.”
    What’s the truth?

  3. I went back and viewed the audit reports issued by the state back to 2003 and he has been cited every year since then. I did not view audit reports prior to that so the citations could go back even longer. If you go to the state auditor’s website you can view them yourself or I would be happy to email them to you.

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