Bevin announces two governor’s office appointments

The office of Gov.-elect Matt Bevin announced Wednesday that Bevin has made two important appointments to the governor’s office. 

Bevin has appointed Andrew V. McNeill as his senior adviser and Adam M. Meier as deputy chief of staff for policy.

The governor-elect’s office says McNeill has been the executive director for the Kentucky Oil and Gas Association since December 2012. Previously, McNeill has served as legislative director in Kentucky’s governor’s office. He was the chief of staff to Kentucky’s secretary of commerce and the executive director for the Kentucky Office of Energy Policy.

Meier  is a northern Kentucky attorney, and he served as a policy and political adviser for the Bevin gubernatorial campaign. Bevin’s office says that, in addition to state-level campaign experience, Meier has public service experience working as a senior contracting officer for the federal government and serving as a member of the Fort Thomas City Council. 

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