Thursday, January 17, 2013
Montgomery County reorganized its Court of Common Pleas judges.
Thursday, January 17
It's time to pack it up and move. Judges in the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas were realigned to allow for the judges to hear a wider variety of cases. According to an article in the Pottstown Mercury, the judges make the change every three years. "A spokeswoman for President Judge William J. Furber Jr. said that it is a normal sequence of events for the judges to rotate roles," according to the article. The article says the changes are carried out "in an effort to broaden the scope of the law each hears in various arms of the court." The new appointments are as follows: Family Court Judges Criminal Court Judges Civil Court Judges Juvenile Offenders (County Youth Center)
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
The Hatboro-Horsham School Board chose a new president and vice president.
Board member Louis A. Polaneczky was elected board vice president. Marge Lotter was re-elected as the representative to the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit Legislative Committee for another year.
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
The governing body reorganized Tuesday and kept the same elected officials in their various positions.
If it's not broken, don't fix it could be the motto of Horsham Township Council as elected officials reappointed the same members to various posts within council. During Tuesday night's reorganization meeting, the council selected Mark McCouch to continue as council president and Gregory Nesbitt as vice president. For 2012, W. William Whiteside will return as parliamentarian, Deborah Tustin as treasurer and Andrew Santacroce as secretary. The council appointed the following residents to various boards and commissions:
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Barbara LaSorsa and Russell Bleiler will continue in their roles of president and vice president.
At its Monday night meeting, the Hatboro-Horsham School Board welcomed in four newly elected members and reappointed a board president and vice president. Current President Barbara LaSorsa and Vice President Russell Bleiler were selected to serve in those roles for another one-year term. LaSorsa, as well as incumbents Thomas Hagan and Mark Opalisky and newcomer Margaret Lotter ran unopposed and won in the November election. They will serve through 2015.