|Vice Chairman||Frank Fiori||2020|
|Public Auditors CPA||Cypher & Cypher|
|Chairman||Gary R. Farner||2019|
|Vice Chairman||Don Reed||2021|
Mount Pleasant Township is a Township of the Second Class and as such, the Second Class Township Code provides for a Board of Supervisors that are made up of three members who are elected by the voters of the Township. Each Supervisor serves a staggered six year term.
The Second Class Township Code is the document regulating the duties, functions and laws that the elected board members administer. The Mount Pleasant Township Board of Supervisors is responsible for the policy-making and legislative functions of the Township. The Township administration is responsible for carrying out those policies.
|Chairman||Paul C. Battista||2018|
|Vice Chairman||James Englert||2019|
|Solicitor||Eric P. Betzner, Esquire|
|Engineer||KLH Engineers, Inc.|
The Mount Pleasant Township Board of Supervisors is commissioned with protecting the health and environmental quality of the community by providing a public wastewater system. The authority is an all-volunteer group of five citizens, appointed by the Mount Pleasant Township Board of Supervisors, which is responsible for the development of wastewater utility services for Mount Pleasant Township. It is the Board’s intention to continue to work with township officials to provide public sewage in Mount Pleasant Township.
There are portions of Mount Pleasant Township that are already being serviced by other Joint Sewage Authorities comprised of multiple townships joining together to service certain watersheds with ample volume to support a plant and system. These areas include parts of Primrose, Fort Cherry School District and Cherry Valley Lakeview Estates.
The township has an ACT 537 wastewater planning module in place that has been approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. Our plans are to move forward with a project in accordance with the ACT 537 Plan. This is a slow and laborious process, including engineered drawings, DEP Permitting and approvals, right-of-way funding, bid preparations and finally awarding the project to the successful bidder. Then comes the physical work of moving dirt and building the system. This all takes time, funding and a lot of co-operation from the community.
Questions can be emailed to us at [email protected]
Area Wide Sanitary Sewer Project
Westland-Hickory-Southview Sewer Project
|Vice Chairman||Catherine B. Obenour||2019|
|Member||John D. Bedillion||2017|
Hearings scheduled as needed. Please contact the Mount Pleasant Township’s zoning officer at 724-356-7928 for more information.
|Chairman||Alfred McGivern||Appointed Annually|
|Chairman||Barry E. Johnston||2017|
|Vice Chairman||Ronald Stewart||2018|
|Secretary||Thomas J. Menzies||2019|
|Alternate||Alvan D. Osbourne||2019|
Hearings are held on the second Tuesday of each month as needed.
Contact the Mount Pleasant Township’s Zoning Officer at 724-356-7928 for information on upcoming hearings