Lynn Slaby has joined the Ohio Casino Control Commission as its newest member, following his recent appointment by Governor John Kasich. Slaby replaces former Commissioner Martin Hoke, who elected not to seek reappointment.
“Lynn Slaby brings to the Commission a wealth of knowledge, both as an attorney and as a regulator with the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO),” said June Taylor, Chair of the Ohio Casino Control Commission. “His experience will be a great asset to us in our efforts to maintain the integrity of casino gaming in Ohio, and I look forward to working alongside Commissioner Slaby to fulfill our constitutional mission established by the people of Ohio.”
Slaby comes to the Commission with a distinguished record of public service. He spent 14 years in the Summit County Prosecutor’s Office, served as a judge on the Ninth District Court of Appeals, and was a member of the Ohio House of Representatives from 2011-2012. Most recently, he served as a commissioner on the PUCO.
“I am grateful to Governor Kasich for this opportunity to continue my service to the people of Ohio, and excited to work with Chair Taylor, Vice-Chair Davidson and the members of the Commission on the many issues impacting the gaming industry in Ohio,” said Commissioner Slaby.
Commissioner Slaby lives in Copley with his wife Marilyn. His term expires in February 2021.