By John Heinis/Hudson County View
Rodas, 33, was appointed to the post exactly one week ago at the parking authority’s regularly scheduled monthly meeting and his first day on the job was yesterday, sources said.
His contract is for one year and is not to exceed $68,000, according to a resolution approved by the commissioners West New York Parking Authority.
The measure passed by a vote of 4-0, with Commissioner Armando Alvarez absent, the approved resolution says.
After leaving his job at the county health department, Rodas briefly spent a couple weeks working at West New York Town Hall earlier this month, getting paid on an hourly basis, multiple sources confirmed with Hudson County View.
Rodas was elected to the board of education in November 2014 and served as the president of the governing body the following year.
Furthermore, Rodas is currently taking a certified municipal financial officer class and has a history of working in finance in New York.
WNYPA Executive Director Amiris Perez did not immediately return a call seeking comment, while Rodas declined to comment.