Tuesday, January 15, 2013
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. 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 Scott LaRue, five-year…
A local man has been selected to head a Pittsburgh-area trails advocacy group.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that a Robinson Township man has been named president of the Pittsburgh Trails Advocacy Group. Peter Greninger, 32, was recently elected to the volunteer group, which maintains Pittsburgh-area hiking and biking trails. The group fundraises and lands sponsorships for trail maintenance and construction in the area. The 2003 Miami University of Ohio graduate works as an outreach coordinator for Recreational Equipment Inc., in Pittsburgh. Read more about Greninger here.
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
The board made a series of appointments at its meeting
The Moon Township Board of Supervisors last night voted, 5-0, to appoint Marv Eicher as the board's new chairman, replacing former chairman Jim Vitale. The board also unanimously approved the re-appointment of Jeanne Crease as the township's manager, secretary and treasurer for the year and swore in supervisors Andrew Gribben and John Hertzer to six-year terms on the board. Gribben was named vice chairman of the board, and the board approved the appointment of resident John Wink as the board's vacancy board member. "I want to thank the other members of the board for electing me as the chairman," said Eicher, who has served on the board for eight years. "There's always the saying be careful what you wish for, you just might get it." …
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Residents can now apply to serve on various township boards and committees.
Township officials are seeking to fill seats on more than a dozen community advisory boards and committees for 2012. Positions are available on the Library Board of Trustees, Parks and Recreation Board and the Moon Township Municipal Authority, among others. The Moon Board of Supervisors is now accepting resumes and letters of interest from citizens interested in serving on the boards. Appointments will be made by the board at its January regular meeting. Those interested can submit resumes and letters of interest to Moon Township Manager, 1000 Beaver Grade Road, Moon Township, PA, 15108. Click the media in this article for a complete list of openings on various committees and advisory boards.
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
The incoming Moon Area School Board made a series of new appointments at its reorganization meeting.
The incoming Moon Area School Board named Sandra McCurdy as its new president and fired the Pittsburgh-based Dodaro Matta & Cambest law firm as the district's solicitor. The board hired the firm Maiello Brungo & Maiello as solicitor in a 8 to 1 vote, drawing criticism from board member Jerry Testa, who said he was not made aware of an effort to remove solicitor Jack Cambest until late last week. "My first comment is that I was totally excluded from this process," Testa said. "I didn't know we were firing our current solicitor until the agenda came out on Thursday." In a heated exchange, Testa asked McCurdy if the candidates had been interviewed prior to the vote. McCurdy said that board members had the opportunity to vet candidates …