Tuesday, September 27, 2011
The board voted Tuesday to hire the former chairman at a $60,000-a-year salary.
Minutes after resigning his position as the chairman of the North Strabane Township Board of Supervisors and being appointed as its parks and recreation director, he made residents a promise. "If you thought I was involved in the township before, you haven't seen anything yet," Greg Sulc said Tuesday. The appointment passed by a vote of 3-1, with Supervisor Bill Brooks dissenting. Sulc will make a salary of $60,000 and will be subject to a six-month probation period. Supervisors then reorganized, voting Supervisor Steve Motzer in as chairman and Brooks in as vice chair. It was unclear who would replace Sulc.
Supervisors meet tonight for their voting meeting.
The agenda for the North Strabane Township Board of Supervisors meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday has been released. Among the items supervisors are expected to take action on is a motion to approve the hiring of a full-time parks and recreation director. Check back with Canon-McMillan Patch for meeting coverage.
Saturday, August 20, 2011
Two vacancies on the township's parks and recreation board need filled.
Two resignations from the North Strabane Township Parks and Recreation Board have created vacancies supervisors want to fill fast. The vacancies were announced by township Manager Frank Siffrinn during the board's non-legislative meeting Tuesday. He asked that any township resident interested in serving as a volunteer on the board to submit a letter of interest. Those letters can be sent to: North Strabane Township, 1929 Route 519 South, Canonsburg, PA 15317. For more information, call the township at 724.745.8880 or email the staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Full-time director expected to be in place before $8 million North Strabane park project is unveiled
After investing more than $8 million in its municipal park, North Strabane Township Manager Frank Siffrinn said it only makes sense to hire someone full time to oversee the new amenities. Supervisors next week are expected to approve a resolution that will formally create the position of a parks and recreation director – an employee he said would be tasked with running the day-to-day operations of the park, and also charged with helping its programming evolve. "The director's position will be responsible for the coordination of park development projects, development and implementation of program activities, scheduling and management of facilities, supervision or staff, volunteers and maintenance personnel, annual budgeting, public …