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PO Box 387 / 5186 Stump Road / Plumsteadville, Pa 18949 / 215-766-8914
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Appointed Boards & Committees

Plumstead Township

Planning Commission

View the current AGENDA

Members:

  • Donald Veix, Jr., Chairman
  • Gary E. Talbot, P.E., Vice Chairman
  • Jerry Farra, Secretary
  • Stephen Rush, Member
  • Chip H. Bunch III, Member

Meetings:
Third Thursday of the month at 7:30 p.m.

Additional Information
Planning Commission Rules & Procedure






Historic Advisory Committee

Members:

  • Matthew Knol, Chair
  • Glen Burd
  • Florence Cook
  • Donald & Barbara Morris
  • David Crane
  • Ruth Peters

Meetings:
Third Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Township Building and all meetings are open to the public.

The Plumstead Township Historic Advisory Committee was formed in 2002 to advise the Board of Supervisors on issues that effect historic resources. The committee also gathers historic information about the Township and provides history education to the public.

The Board of Supervisors relies on the Committee to:

  • to assist and advise on historic preservation ordinances for review and approval by the Board.
  • to review pre-submission, preliminary plans and/or land development plans to determine the development's impact on historic structures.
  • to review demolition permits or advise on restoration matters that affect historic resources.
  • to review building and zoning permit applications regarding structures that have historic integrity as outlined in the historic site surveys.
  • to review sign applications that pertain to historic buildings, most notably buildings located in the VC or VR districts. The type of lighting and size would be regulated.
  • to review plans for older and/or historic bridges that are to be restored or upgraded by other governmental agencies.
  • to provide advice on other issues that affect historic structures on a case by case basis.

Additional Information
Historic Advisory Committee Website




Veteran's Advisory AD HOC Committee

Members:

  • David Brauer
  • Gerald (Jerry) Fox
  • (Vacant)
  • (Vacant)

Meetings:
4th Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the Township Building and all meetings are open to the public.

Veterans Advisory AD HOC Committee was established in 2008 for the purpose of advising the Board of Supervisors on matters involving the support of current Veterans Day event planning efforts, and develop, design and submission of a plan to the Board of Supervisors for a Veterans Memorial. To initiate and support outreach efforts on behalf of Plumstead Township residents whom have served, and are serving or have loved one currently serving abroad. Committee will be under the direction of the Township Manger and all official actions by the committee will require the approval of the Board of Supervisors.

Committee/Membership: 5 Township Residents
Term: 1 year
Additional Information
Bucks County Veteran Affairs/Free Transportation






Plumsteadville Village AD HOC Advisory Committee

Members:

  • Kathy D. Emmons
  • Eric Nitschke
  • Katie Graham
  • Jennifer K. Malone
  • Stacey Mulholland - BOS

Meetings:
The Committee shall meet on the first Tuesday of the month at 7:30 PM, in the Township Building, and all meetings shall be open to the public.

The Plumsteadville Village Ad Hoc Advisory Committee was established in 2014 for the purpose of advising the Board of Supervisors on matters involving the Plumsteadville area.

The Board of Supervisors relies on the Committee to:

  • Provide community perspective and be a representative sample of the interests of the Plumsteadville Village area residents and business owners.
  • Work with the Township's Planning Consultant to develop, design and submit recommendations to the Board of Supervisors for improvements/enhancements to the village area that are consistent with the Township's Comprehensive Plan.
  • Promote community support of local merchants and businesses within the Plumsteadville Village area of the Township.
  • Undertake such village related tasks as requested by the Board of Supervisors in accordance with the purposes of the Committee.
  • The Committee will be under the direction of the Township Manager.
  • All official actions by the Committee will require the Board of Supervisors approval.

Committee/Membership: - 5 Members (1 being a Board of Supervisor)
Term: - 1 year

Plumsteadville Village Study






Trail Subcommittee

Members:
The committee is made up of seven (7) members. Three are residents, one from the EAC, one from the PC, one from P&R and a Supervisor.

  • Jennifer Rudich
  • Michael McColligan
  • Kim Hartranft
  • John Adamson
  • Andrew Thomas (EAC)
  • Donald Veix (PC)
  • Nick Lykon - (BOS)

Meetings: 4th Monday of the month.
All meetings are open to the public.

View the current AGENDA

The Trail Subcommittee was established in 2015 for the purpose of developing trails throughout the Township.

  • The Trail Subcommittee is an off-shoot of the Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee and will be working with a County planner to develop ideas for trails throught the Township.
  • The goal is to connect neighborhoods to each other, to points of interest and to other destinations within the Township, and see if we can connect to neighboring municipalities while being sensitive to adjacent property owners.
  • The committee believes that trails benefit residents of all ages.

Term: - 1 year






Emergency Management Committee

Members:
The committee is made up of the Chiefs of the primary Emergency Services providers located within the Township (Police, Fire and EMS), the Emergency Management Coordinator and the Township Manager.

  • Duane E. Hasenauer - Chief of Police
  • Scott Fleischer - Chief PPVFC & Emergency Management Coordinator
  • Brian DuBree - Chief PVFC
  • Mike Tuttle - Chief PP/Plumsteadville EMS
  • Kevin Nugent- Chief Dublin Fire Co
  • Carolyn McCreary - Township Manager

The Emergency Management Committee was established in 2016. The Board of Supervisors relies on the committee to advise them as to the procedures to be followed in the event of a state of emergency. The committee will also be tasked with advising the Board as to areas where emergency services within the Township may be deficient or in need of improvement.


Meetings:
The Committee shall meet quarterly. Meetings will be at 7:30 PM in the Township Building. All meetings shall be open to the public.

Term: - 1 year

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