Bibro to Resign as Robinson Manager

Bibro is expected to announce his departure after working for four years in the township.

Robinson Township manager Aaron Bibro will leave his position this spring to serve as the lead administrator in Hatfield Township, PA. 

Bibro, 33, was selected for the role of Hatfield township manager from a pool of 49 candidates following the resignation of the community's former manager, according to Montgomeryville-Lansdale Patch. The township is located in Montgomery County. 

Bibro has worked for Robinson Township since 2009 and served as manager since 2010. 

"I'm leaving mostly for family reasons—my wife is from the Philly area, so it just puts us in a good position that way," Bibro said. "But I'm very sad to leave Robinson. This is a great community, and anyone would be lucky to be the manager here." 

As of Jan. 31, Bibro's salary as Hatfield Township's manager had not yet been disclosed, as his employment agreement was not finalized. 

Bibro will leave his position as manager on April 1, and is expected to announce his resignation at tonight's Board of Commissioners meeting. 

"I'm going to be here for two more months," Bibro said. "So hopefully I can help the board find a replacement. 

Read Montgomery-Lansdale Patch for more. 

Robert Crytzer February 04, 2013 at 01:41 PM
Aaron has been a welcome and valuable addition to Robinson Township government. He will be missed.


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