Moon Residents Appointed to Township Committees, Boards

The following residents have been selected to serve in 2013.

The Moon Township Board of Supervisors earlier this week selected township residents to serve on a variety of township organizations, boards and advisory groups. 

Take a look through our list to see whom the board selected during its reorganization meeting. Check back later this week for more information on Robinson committees. 

Traffic Impact Advisory Committee: 

Members of this newly established committee will serve two-year terms. The committee will help the township devise a transportation impact ordinance. Two vacancies remain. 

The members will oversee roadway analysis studies and make recommendations on road improvements, capital improvements and impact fees, among other tasks.

Fran Matten

Tom Weaver

Lynn DeLorenzo

Zelik Ratchkauskas

Sam DiCicco

Municipal Authority Board:

Scott LaRue, five-year term

Riverview Sanitary Authority:

Steven Dombrowski, five-year term

Zoning Hearing Board:

Richard Jucha, five-year term

Joe Mulvaney, five-year term

Moon Transportation Authority: 

Moon Supervisor Marv Eicher, five-year term

Valley Ambulance Authority:

Aaron Simmons, five-year term

Parks and Recreation Board:

Kimberly Bartos, five-year term

Vacancy Board:

John Wink, one-year term

Cable TV Advisory Board:

Dr. Margaret Williams Betlyn, three-year term

Frank Magnotta, three-year term

Library Board of Trustees:

John Shaver, three-year term

Jeanne Riley, three-year term

Moon Industrial Development Authority:

Ernie Trello, three-year term

Moon Recreational Authority:

John Faherty, five-year term

Environmental Advisory Council:

Glenn Farley, five-year term


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