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1 VOTING SESSION January 09, 2018 Council Meeting Room Luzerne County Courthouse 200 N. River Street Wilkes-Barre, PA :01PM 5:30PM EXECUTIVE SESSION REGARDING LITIGATION AND PERSONNEL 6:01PM CALL TO ORDER PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE AND MOMENT OF SILENCE ROLL CALL RECOGNITIONS & CEREMONIAL PROCLAMATIONS ADDITIONS TO/DELETIONS FROM VOTING SESSION AGENDA ADOPTION OF VOTING SESSION AGENDA PUBLIC COMMENT ON VOTING SESSION AGENDA ITEMS Each speaker shall have three (3) minutes to address any or all items on the Agenda. Each speaker is asked to submit a Speaker Card before the first speaker is called and to limit individual comments to three (3) minutes. Speakers may not yield or transfer their time to another speaker. OLD BUSINESS NEW BUSINESS AGENDA ITEMS CLERK OF COUNCIL 1. Motion to approve minutes of December 26, 2017 meeting... pages Motion to approve minutes of January 02, 2018 meeting... pages Motion to approve Calendar of County Council Meetings... page 8

2 AGENDA ITEMS COUNTY COUNCIL 4. Council Member nominations and appointments to: a. Luzerne County Retirement Board.pages 9-10 b. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport Bi-County Board...pages c. Luzerne County Conservation District Board of Directors.page 13 d. PA Department of Transportation Transit Consolidation Work Group...page 14 e. Wilkes-Barre Riverfront Parks Committee...page Authorities, Boards, & Commissions nominations and appointments to: 2018 Eligibility List... pages a. Aging (1) term 1/1/18 to 12/31/ page 19 b. Agriculture (1) terms 1/1/18 to 12/31/ page 20 c. C&Y (1) term 1/1/18 to 12/31/ page 21 d. Convention Center Authority (3) terms 1/1/18 to 12/31/ page 22 e. Flood Protection Authority (1) term 1/1/18 to 12/31/ page 23 f. Luzerne County Community College (5)... pages terms 1/1/18 to 12/31/2023; 1 to complete a term ending 12/31/2021 g. LCTA (1) term 1/1/18 to 12/31/ page 26 h. Planning Commission (1) term 1/1/2018 to 12/31/ page 27 i. Redevelopment Authority (1) term 1/1/2018 to 12/31/ page 28 j. Tourism (1) 1 to complete a term ending 12/31/ page 29 k. Zoning Board (1) term 1/1/2018 to 12/31/ page 30 PUBLIC COMMENT This is an opportunity for members of the public to address the Council on matters not listed on the Agenda, but which must be within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Council. Speakers are requested to submit a Speaker Card before the first speaker is called and to limit individual comments to three (3) minutes. Speakers may not yield or transfer their time to another speaker. ADJOURNMENT

3 Luzerne County Council December 26, 2017 Luzerne County Court House Council Meeting Room 200 N. River Street Wilkes-Barre, Pa Minutes Voting Session Call to Order The Luzerne County Council convened for a Voting Session in the Council Meeting Room of the Luzerne County Courthouse on Tuesday, December 26, 2017 at 6:45 PM. The meeting was called to order by Chair Linda McClosky Houck. Pledge of Allegiance and Moment of Silence Roll Call Present Edward A. Brominski Kathy Dobash Harry Haas Eugene Kelleher Tim McGinley Robert Schnee Eileen Sorokas Stephen A. Urban Jane Walsh Waitkus Rick Williams Linda McClosky Houck Also Present Romilda P. Crocamo, Esq., Chief County Solicitor, Clerk of Council Absent C. David Pedri, Esq., County Manager Shannon Crake Lapsansky, Esq., Assistant County Solicitor Recognitions/Ceremonial Proclamations None Luzerne County Council Voting Session December 26, 2017 Page 1 of 4 Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 1 of 30

4 Additions to/deletions from Voting Session Agenda Mr. McGinley stated he received a resignation from the LCCC Board of Directors and asked to add a resolution declaring a vacancy to the agenda. Ms. Houck stated it would be added to the agenda as Item #5 Adoption of Voting Session Agenda Motion to Adopt: Mr. Brominski Second: Mr. Schnee Vote: Eleven (11) Ayes Unanimous The Voting Session Agenda is adopted (11-0) Public Comment on Voting Session Agenda Items George Prehatin (Swoyersville) commented on the BPRC ordinance. Brian Shiner (Kingston) commented on the BPRC ordinance, funding and responsibilities. Charles Olah (Kingston) commented on the BPRC ordinance and fiscal year. Old Business Mr. Swetz provided information on the ROI for New World and ADP. New Business 1. Motion to approve minutes of the December 12, 2017 voting meeting Motion by: Mr. Schnee Second: Ms. Sorokas Vote: Eight (8) Ayes by Mr. Haas, Mr. Kelleher, Mr. McGinley, Mr. Schnee, Ms. Sorokas, Ms. Waitkus, Mr. Williams, and Ms. Houck Three (3) Nays by Mr. Brominski, Ms. Dobash, and Mr. Stephen A. Urban Motion Passed (8-3) The December 12, 2017 Voting Meeting Minutes are Adopted 2. Motion to adopt ordinance(s) amending the FY2017 Capital Plan Budget for Luzerne County ORIGINAL ORDINANCE Motion by: Mr. McGinley Second: Mr. Kelleher Mr. Williams would like to split the ordinance into three separate ordinances. Motion to amend ordinance by splitting it into three separate ordinances by: Mr. Williams Second: Ms. Dobash Roll Call Vote: Six (6) Yes by Ms. Dobash, Mr. Haas, Mr. Kelleher, Mr. Stephen A. Urban, Mr. Williams, and Ms. Houck Five (5) No by Mr. Brominski, Mr. McGinley, Mr. Schnee, Ms. Sorokas and Ms. Waitkus Ordinance is Amended (6-5) Luzerne County Council Voting Session December 26, 2017 Page 2 of 4 Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 2 of 30

5 ORDINANCE A Motion to adopt ordinance A amending the FY2017 Capital Plan Budget for Luzerne County (moves $150,000 from Capital Plan Uncommitted Funds to Prison Shower Project) Motion by: Mr. Williams Second: Ms. Dobash Roll Call Vote: Ten (10) Yes by Ms. Dobash, Mr. Haas, Mr. Kelleher, Mr. McGinley, Mr. Schnee, Ms. Sorokas, Mr. Stephen A. Urban, Ms. Waitkus, Mr. Williams, and Ms. Houck and Ms. Houck One (1) No by Mr. Brominski Ordinance A is Adopted (10-1) ORDINANCE B Motion to adopt ordinance B amending the FY2017 Capital Plan Budget for Luzerne County (adds $1.5 million to Capital Plan Fund) Motion by: Mr. Schnee Second: Mr. McGinley Roll Call Vote: Five (5) Yes by Mr. Kelleher, Mr. McGinley, Mr. Schnee, Ms. Sorokas, and Ms. Waitkus Six (6) No by Mr. Brominski, Ms. Dobash, Mr. Haas, Mr. Stephen A. Urban, Mr. Williams, and Ms. Houck Ordinance B Failed (5-6) ORDINANCE C Motion to adopt ordinance C amending the FY2017 Capital Plan Budget for Luzerne County (adds $211,000 to Capital Plan Fund) Motion by: Mr. Haas Second: Mr. Schnee Roll Call Vote: Five (5) Yes by Mr. Haas, Kelleher, Mr. McGinley, Mr. Schnee, and Ms. Waitkus Six (6) No by Mr. Brominski, Ms. Dobash, Ms. Sorokas, Mr. Stephen A. Urban, Mr. Williams, and Ms. Houck Ordinance C Failed (5-6) 3. Motion to adopt resolution increasing the salary of the Clerk of County Council Motion by: Mr. Brominski Second: Ms. Sorokas Roll Call Vote: Nine (9) Yes by Mr. Brominski, Mr. Haas, Mr. Kelleher, Mr. McGinley, Mr. Schnee, Ms. Sorokas, Ms. Waitkus, Mr. Williams, and Ms. Houck Two (2) No by Ms. Dobash and Mr. Stephen A. Urban Resolution is Adopted (9-2) Luzerne County Council Voting Session December 26, 2017 Page 3 of 4 Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 3 of 30

6 4. Motion to adopt ordinance amending Ordinance Motion by: Mr. Haas Second: Mr. Williams Roll Call Vote: Two (2) Yes by Mr. Haas and Ms. Houck Nine (9) No by Mr. Brominski, Ms. Dobash, Mr. Kelleher, Mr. McGinley, Mr. Schnee, Ms. Sorokas, Mr. Stephen A. Urban, Ms. Waitkus, and Mr. Williams Ordinance Failed (2-9) 5. Motion to adopt resolution declaring a vacancy on the LCCC Board of Trustees Motion by: Ms. Sorokas Second: Mr. McGinley Roll Call Vote: Eleven (11) Yes Unanimous Resolution is Adopted (11-0) Public Comment Charles Olah (Kingston) commended Council for how they handles some of the items on the agenda and thanked those council members leaving for their service. Kathy Dobash, Eileen Sorokas and Rick Williams each spoke about their time on County Council, reflected upon their service, and said farewell. They congratulated the new members Sheila Saidman, Matthew Vough, and Chris Perry and wished the new Council best of luck and success. Tim McGinley, Stephen A. Urban, Harry Haas, Jane Walsh Waitkus, Robert Schnee, and Romilda Crocamo thanked Kathy Dobash, Eileen Sorokas and Rick Williams for their service and extended best wishes to all. Motion to adjourn: Ms. Sorokas Second: Ms. Dobash Vote: Eleven (11) Ayes - Unanimous Meeting Adjourned at 7:53 PM Respectfully Submitted, Clerk of Council * Audio of this meeting can be found in its entirety on the County Council webpage or by contacting the Office of the Clerk of Council at (570) or via to Luzerne County Council Voting Session December 26, 2017 Page 4 of 4 Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 4 of 30

7 Luzerne County Council January 02, :01 PM Luzerne County Court House Council Meeting Room 200 N. River Street Wilkes-Barre, Pa Minutes Reorganization Meeting Call to Order The Luzerne County Council convened for a Reorganization Meeting in the Council Meeting Room of the Luzerne County Courthouse on January 02, 2018 at 6:01 PM. The meeting was called to order by Clerk of Council. Ms. Crake stated that per Council Bylaws, at the Reorganization Meeting, the Clerk of Council acts as Chair until a new Chair is selected. Pledge of Allegiance and Moment of Silence Roll Call Present Edward A. Brominski (via phone) Harry Haas Linda McClosky Houck Eugene Kelleher Tim McGinley Chris Perry Sheila Saidman, Esq. Robert Schnee Stephen A. Urban (via phone) Matthew Vough Jane Walsh Waitkus Also Present C. David Pedri, Esq., County Manager Shannon Crake Lapsansky, Esq., Assistant County Solicitor, Clerk of Council Luzerne County Council Reorganization Meeting January 02, 2018 Page 1 of 3 Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 5 of 30

8 1. Motions regarding nominations and selection of Chair of Council Motion to Open Nominations: Ms. Waitkus Second: Mr. Schnee Vote: All Ayes - Unanimous Nominations Open Mr. Stephen A. Urban nominated: Linda Houck Second: Mr. Brominski Ms. Waitkus nominated: Tim McGinley Second: Mr. Schnee Motion to Close Nominations: Mr. Haas Second: Mr. Kelleher Vote: All Ayes Unanimous Nominations Closed Roll Call Vote: Seven (7) for Tim McGinley by Mr. Kelleher, Mr. McGinley, Mr. Perry, Ms. Saidman, Mr. Schnee, Mr. Vough, and Ms. Waitkus Four (4) for Linda McClosky Houck by Mr. Brominski, Mr. Haas, Ms. Houck, and Mr. Stephen A. Urban Mr. Tim McGinley is elected Chair of Luzerne County Council (7-4) 2. Motions regarding nominations and selection of Vice-Chair of Council Motion to Open Nominations: Mr. Schnee Second: Ms. Waitkus Vote: All Ayes - Unanimous Nomination Open Mr. Schnee nominated: Eugene Kelleher Second: Mr. Vough Motion to Close Nominations: Ms. Waitkus Second: Mr. Schnee Vote: All Ayes - Unanimous Nominations Closed Roll Call Vote: Ten (10) Eugene Kelleher by Mr. Brominski, Mr. Haas, Ms. Houck, Mr. McGinley, Mr. Perry, Ms. Saidman, Mr. Schnee, Mr. Stephen A. Urban, Mr. Vough, and Ms. Waitkus (Mr. Kelleher was not included in the vote.) Mr. Eugene Kelleher is elected Vice-Chair of Luzerne County Council (10-0) Luzerne County Council Reorganization Meeting January 02, 2018 Page 2 of 3 Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 6 of 30

9 Public Comment Rick Williams offered congratulations and distributed the resolution for the Luzerne County Long Range Goals and hopes Council will continue to work on the goals. Robert Schnee thanked Ms. Houck for her outstanding service as Chair. Tim McGinley thanked everyone and is looking forward to Mr. McGinley stated there are challenges and hopes everyone will work together as a group to bring resolution and a positive and meaningful experience. Motion to adjourn: Mr. Haas Second: Mr. Kelleher Vote: Eleven (11) Ayes - Unanimous Meeting adjourned at 6:10 PM Respectfully Submitted, Clerk of Council * Audio of this meeting can be found in its entirety on the County Council webpage or by contacting the Office of the Clerk of Council at (570) or via to Luzerne County Council Reorganization Meeting January 02, 2018 Page 3 of 3 Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 7 of 30

10 2018 MEETING SCHEDULE DATE REGULAR MEETINGS, WORK SESSIONS, & HEARINGS AGENDA SCHEDULE AGENDA DEADLINES Tuesday January 9, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows Division Reports Thursday, January 04, 2018 Tuesday January 23, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows Monthly Budget Report Thursday, January 18, 2018 Tuesday February 13, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows Division Reports Wednesday, February 07, 2018 Tuesday February 27, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows State of the County Report; Monthly Budget Report Thursday, February 22, 2018 Tuesday March 13, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows Controller Annual Report Division Reports Thursday, March 08, 2018 Tuesday March 27, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows DA Annual Report; Monthly Budget Report Thursday, March 22, 2018 Tuesday April 10, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows Division Reports Thursday, April 05, 2018 Tuesday April 24, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows Monthly Budget Report Thursday, April 19, 2018 Tuesday May 8, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows 1st Q Financial Report; Division Reports Thursday, May 03, 2018 Tuesday May 22, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows Capital Plan Budget Introduction; Thursday, May 17, 2018 Monthly Budget Report Tuesday June 12, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows Division Reports Thursday, June 07, 2018 Tuesday June 26, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows Monthly Budget Report Thursday, June 21, 2018 Tuesday July 10, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows Division Reports Thursday, July 05, 2018 Tuesday July 24, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows Monthly Budget Report Thursday, July 19, 2018 Tuesday August 14, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows Mid-Year Financial Report Division Reports Thursday, August 09, 2018 Tuesday August 28, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows Capital Plan Budget Approval; Thursday, August 23, 2018 Monthly Budget Report Tuesday September 11, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows Division Reports Thursday, September 06, 2018 Tuesday September 25, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows Monthly Budget Report Thursday, September 20, 2018 Tuesday October 9, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows DRAFT FY2019 Budget Introduction; Division Reports Thursday, October 04, 2018 Tuesday October 23, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows Monthly Budget Report Thursday, October 18, 2018 Tuesday November 13, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows Division Reports Thursday, November 08, 2018 Tuesday November 27, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows Monthly Budget Report Thursday, November 22, 2018 Tuesday December 4, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows Division Reports Thursday, November 29, 2018 Tuesday December 11, :01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows FY2019 Budget Adoption; Monthly Budget Report Thursday, December 6, 2018 Tuesday TENTATIVE 12/18/2018 6:01 PM Voting Meeting; Work Session follows Thursday, December 13, 2018 Additional special meetings/worksessions may be scheduled as needed. Meeting sites will be determined SLLuzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 8 of 30

11 RESOLUTION R A Resolution By the Luzerne County Council Appointing A County Council Member to the Retirement Board WHEREAS, Section 8.06 of the Luzerne County Home Rule Charter provides that there shall be a Retirement Board that shall oversee the administration of the County retirement system and exercise the powers and duties now or hereafter conferred on it by this Charter, the Administrative Code, or other County ordinance or resolution and, to the extent they are not inconsistent with the provisions, spirit, and purpose of the Charter, those powers and duties now or hereafter conferred by applicable law on retirement boards in counties of Luzerne County s classification functioning without a home rule charter or, in the absence of such laws, by state law applicable to retirement boards in counties having populations closest to that of Luzerne County; and Whereas, Section 8.06 of the Charter provides that the Retirement Board shall be restructured and composed of five members: the County Manager, the head of the County Division of Budget and Financial Services or its successor, the Chair of County Council or his/her designee from among Council's other members, a member of County Council selected by resolution adopted by an affirmative vote of at least a majority of its current members, and one member of the County retirement system selected by a vote of the members of the retirement system; and WHEREAS, Section 8.06 of the Charter provides that the member of County Council, selected by resolution adopted by an affirmative vote of at least a majority of its current members, shall serve for a term of four years; and WHEREAS, the County Council wishes to appoint a member of County Council, selected by resolution adopted by an affirmative vote of at least a majority of its current members, consistent with Section 8.06 of the Charter. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the County Council wishes to appoint, a member of County Council, to the Retirement Board, such appointment to remain effective for a term of four years, or until the appointment is declared vacant by County Council pursuant to Section of the Charter. Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 9 of 30

12 This Resolution shall become effective upon adoption ADOPTED at a meeting of the Luzerne County Council held on January 9, Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 10 of 30

13 RESOLUTION R A Resolution By the Luzerne County Council Appointing A County Council Member to the Retirement Board WHEREAS, Section 8.07 of the Luzerne County Home Rule Charter provides that until such time the agreement between Luzerne and Lackawanna Counties is amended or renegotiated, Luzerne County s representatives on the Joint Airport Board for the administration of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport shall consist of the County Manager, the Chair of Council or his/her designee from Council s other members, and a member of Council appointed by Resolution by affirmative vote of at least a majority of Luzerne County Council s current members; and WHEREAS, Section 8.07 of the Charter provides that the member of County Council, selected by Resolution adopted by an affirmative vote of at least a majority of its current members, shall serve for a term of four years; and WHEREAS, the County Council wishes to appoint a member of County Council, selected by resolution adopted by an affirmative vote of at least a majority of its current members, consistent with Section 8.07 of the Charter. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the County Council wishes to appoint, a member of County Council, to the Joint Airport Board, such appointment to remain effective for a term of four years, or until the appointment is declared vacant by County Council pursuant to Section of the Charter. This Resolution shall become effective upon adoption ADOPTED at a meeting of the Luzerne County Council held on January 9, Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 11 of 30

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15 RESOLUTION R A Resolution By the Luzerne County Council Appointing a County Council Member to the Conservation District Board WHEREAS, the Pennsylvania Conservation District Law, Act 217 of 1945, provides that a member of the governing body shall appoint one governing body member to serve a one year term on the Luzerne County Conservation District Board of Directors; and WHEREAS, Section 8.02 of the Luzerne County Home Rule Charter provides that, except as may otherwise be provided for in the Charter, the Administrative Code, or applicable law, all members of County Boards and Commissions shall be appointed by Resolution of County Council adopted by an affirmative vote of at least a majority of its current members; and WHEREAS, County Council wishes to appoint a member of County Council to the Conservation District Board, consistent with Section 8.02 of the Charter. BE IT RESOLVED that the County Council wishes to appoint, a member of County Council, to the Luzerne County Conservation District Board, such appointment to remain effective for a term of one year, or until the appointment is declared vacant by County Council pursuant to Section of the Charter. This Resolution shall become effective upon adoption ADOPTED at a meeting of the Luzerne County Council held on January 9, Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 13 of 30

16 RESOLUTION R A Resolution by Luzerne County Council Appointing a County Council Member to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Transit Consolidation Work Group WHEREAS, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation ( PennDOT ) previously completed a study of the transit networks in Lackawanna and Luzerne Counties to examine the feasibility of establishing a regional transportation authority; and WHEREAS, PennDOT, Lackawanna and Luzerne Counties and their respective transit authorities expressed a desire to update the study in an effort to improve efficiency and address financial and service concerns; and WHEREAS, County Council adopted a resolution on March 28, 2017 agreeing to support the update of the prior study and participate in a work group comprised of representatives from each of the respective entities set forth above; and WHEREAS, the resolution adopted calls for the representative from Luzerne County to be a member of Luzerne County Council; and WHEREAS, County Council wishes to appoint one of its members to serve as Luzerne County s representative in the transit consolidation study s work group. BE IT RESOLVED, the County Council appoints, a member of County Council, to serve as Luzerne County s representative in the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation transit consolidation work group with such appointment to remain effective for the duration of the study or until a vacancy occurs. This Resolution shall become effective upon adoption. ADOPTED at a meeting of the Luzerne County Council held on January 9, Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 14 of 30

17 RESOLUTION R A Resolution by the Luzerne County Council Appointing a Member to the Wilkes-Barre Riverfront Parks Committee WHEREAS, on November 14, 2017 Luzerne County Council adopted a Resolution authorizing the Luzerne County Manager to enter into a Cooperation Agreement with the Wilkes-Barre Riverfront Parks Committee, King s College and Wilkes University regarding funding for maintenance and programming at the Riverfront Parks; and WHEREAS, the Cooperation Agreement was subsequently entered into between the aforementioned parties; and WHEREAS, the Cooperation Agreement, among other things, calls for the creation of a seat to be filled by a representative of Luzerne County; and WHEREAS, Section 8.02(A) of the Luzerne County Home Rule Charter (the Charter ) provides that except as may otherwise be provided for in the Charter, the Administrative Code, or applicable law, all members of County boards and commissions shall be appointed by resolution of County Council adopted by an affirmative vote of at least a majority of its current members; and WHEREAS, County Council wishes to appoint to a year term on the Wilkes-Barre River Front Parks Committee expiring 12/31/20, consistent with Section 8.02 of the Charter. BE IT RESOLVED, the County Council appoints to the Wilkes-Barre Riverfront Parks Committee with such appointment to remain effective until 12/31/20, or until the appointment is declared vacant by County Council pursuant to Section of the Charter. This Resolution shall become effective upon adoption. ADOPTED at a meeting of the Luzerne County Council held on January 9, Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 15 of 30

18 Updated January 5, 2018 ABC ELIGIBILITY LIST and 2018 BOARD OPENINGS Those listed below have completed the application process for consideration for appointment to the listed County Authority, Board, or Commission, including participation in an interview. Current openings are listed in (parenthesis). ACE COMMISSION AGING (8 open) Nealon, Robert AGRICULTURE BOARD (3 open) Snee, Nancy BLIGHTED PROPERTY REVIEW COMMITTEE CHILDREN & YOUTH (6 open) Kramer, Richard CONSERVATION DISTRICT (2 open) CONVENTION CENTER (3 open) Bonick, Joseph Cupinski, Donna DeCosmo, Nina Donahue, Joseph Kaiser, Rodney Palermo, David Payne, Barry Reino, James Scott, Deborah Slusser, Christopher Yakus, Amanda DRUG & ALCOHOL (1 open) ELECTIONS BOARD Page 1 Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 16 of 30

19 Updated January 5, 2018 FORTY FORT AIRPORT (6 open) FLOOD PROTECTION AUTHORITY (1 open) Adams, Richard Lawson, Thomas HOUSING AUTHORITY Moss, Keith Sax, Robert Scott, Deborah Yendrzeiwski, Alan INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (2 open) LUZERNE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE (5 open) Blewitt, Joan DeCosmo, Nina Donahue, Joseph Kaiser, Rodney Kramer, Richard Menghini, Jared Slusser, Christopher LUZERNE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (1 open) Adams, Richard Boerger, Rebecca Chepalonis, Robert Scott, Deborah MENTAL HEALTH/DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES (6 open) NEPA HEALTH & HIGHER EDUCATION AUTHORITY (5 open) Page 2 Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 17 of 30

20 Updated January 5, 2018 PLANNING COMMISSION (1 open) Caverly, Brian Fleisher, Karen Kramer, Richard REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (1 open) Adams, Richard DeCosmo, Nina Kaiser, Rodney RECREATIONAL FACILITIES ADVISORY BOARD (2 open) TAX ASSESSMENT APPEALS BOARD TOURISM AGENCY (1 open) Yakus, Amanda WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD Donahue, Joseph ZONING BOARD (1 open) Kaiser, Rodney Page 3 Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 18 of 30

21 RESOLUTION R A Resolution By the Luzerne County Council Appointing a Member to the Luzerne County Advisory Council on Aging WHEREAS, Section 8.02(A) of the Luzerne County Home Rule Charter (the Charter ) provides that except as may otherwise be provided for in the Charter, the Administrative Code, or applicable law, all members of County boards and commissions shall be appointed by resolution of County Council adopted by an affirmative vote of at least a majority of its current members; and WHEREAS, there exists a vacancy on the Advisory Council on Aging due to the expiration of the term of a member; and WHEREAS, County Council wishes to appoint to a 3 year term expiring date of 12/31/2020, consistent with Section 8.02 of the Charter. BE IT RESOLVED, the County Council appoints to the Luzerne County Advisory Council on Aging with such appointment to remain effective until 12/31/2020, or until the appointment is declared vacant by County Council pursuant to Section of the Charter. This Resolution shall become effective upon adoption. ADOPTED at a meeting of the Luzerne County Council held on January 9, Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 19 of 30

22 RESOLUTION R A Resolution By the Luzerne County Council Appointing a Member to the Luzerne County Agriculture Preservation Board WHEREAS, Section 8.02(A) of the Luzerne County Home Rule Charter (the Charter ) provides that except as may otherwise be provided for in the Charter, the Administrative Code, or applicable law, all members of County boards and commissions shall be appointed by resolution of County Council adopted by an affirmative vote of at least a majority of its current members; and WHEREAS, there exists a vacancy on the Agriculture Preservation Board due to the expiration of the term of a member; and WHEREAS, County Council wishes to appoint to a 3 year term expiring date of 12/31/2020, consistent with Section 8.02 of the Charter. BE IT RESOLVED, the County Council appoints to the Luzerne County Agriculture Preservation Board with such appointment to remain effective until 12/31/2020, or until the appointment is declared vacant by County Council pursuant to Section of the Charter. This Resolution shall become effective upon adoption. ADOPTED at a meeting of the Luzerne County Council held on January 9, Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 20 of 30

23 RESOLUTION R A Resolution by the Luzerne County Council Appointing a Member to the Luzerne County Children & Youth Advisory Board WHEREAS, Section 8.02(A) of the Luzerne County Home Rule Charter (the Charter ) provides that except as may otherwise be provided for in the Charter, the Administrative Code, or applicable law, all members of County boards and commissions shall be appointed by resolution of County Council adopted by an affirmative vote of at least a majority of its current members; and WHEREAS, there exists a vacancy on the Children & Youth Advisory Board due to the expiration of the term of a member; and WHEREAS, County Council wishes to appoint to a 3 year term expiring date of 12/31/2020, consistent with Section 8.02 of the Charter. BE IT RESOLVED, the County Council appoints to the Luzerne County Children & Youth Advisory Board with such appointment to remain effective until 12/31/2020, or until the appointment is declared vacant by County Council pursuant to Section of the Charter. This Resolution shall become effective upon adoption. ADOPTED at a meeting of the Luzerne County Council held on January 9, Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 21 of 30

24 RESOLUTION R A Resolution By the Luzerne County Council Appointing a Member to the Luzerne County Convention Center Authority WHEREAS, Section 8.03(A) of the Luzerne County Home Rule Charter (the Charter ) provides that except as may otherwise be provided for in the Charter, the Administrative Code, or applicable law, all members of County Authorities shall be appointed by resolution of County Council adopted by an affirmative vote of at least a majority of its current members; and WHEREAS, there exists a vacancy on the Convention Center Authority due to the expiration of the term of a member; and WHEREAS, County Council wishes to appoint to a 5- year term expiring date of 12/31/2022, consistent with Section 8.03 of the Charter and Municipal Authorities Act. BE IT RESOLVED, the County Council appoints to the Luzerne County Convention Center Authority with such appointment to remain effective until 12/31/2022, or until the appointment is declared vacant by County Council pursuant to Section of the Charter. This Resolution shall become effective upon adoption. ADOPTED at a meeting of the Luzerne County Council held on January 9, Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 22 of 30

25 RESOLUTION R A Resolution By the Luzerne County Council Appointing a Member to the Luzerne County Flood Protection Authority WHEREAS, Section 8.03(A) of the Luzerne County Home Rule Charter (the Charter ) provides that except as may otherwise be provided for in the Charter, the Administrative Code, or applicable law, all members of County Authorities shall be appointed by resolution of County Council adopted by an affirmative vote of at least a majority of its current members; and WHEREAS, there exists a vacancy on the Flood Protection Authority due to the expiration of the term of a member; and WHEREAS, County Council wishes to appoint to a 5- year term expiring date of 12/31/2022, consistent with Section 8.03 of the Charter and Municipal Authorities Act. BE IT RESOLVED, the County Council appoints to the Luzerne County Flood Protection Authority with such appointment to remain effective until 12/31/2022, or until the appointment is declared vacant by County Council pursuant to Section of the Charter. This Resolution shall become effective upon adoption. ADOPTED at a meeting of the Luzerne County Council held on January 9, Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 23 of 30

26 RESOLUTION R A Resolution by the Luzerne County Council Appointing a Member to the Luzerne County Community College Board of Trustees WHEREAS, Section 8.02(A) of the Luzerne County Home Rule Charter (the Charter ) provides that except as may otherwise be provided for in the Charter, the Administrative Code, or applicable law, all members of County boards and commissions shall be appointed by resolution of County Council adopted by an affirmative vote of at least a majority of its current members; and WHEREAS, there exists a vacancy on the Luzerne County Community College Board of Trustees due to the expiration of the term of a member; and WHEREAS, County Council wishes to appoint to a 5 year term expiring date of 12/31/2022, consistent with Section 8.02 of the Charter. BE IT RESOLVED, the County Council appoints to the Luzerne County Community College Board of Trustees with such appointment to remain effective until 12/31/2022, or until the appointment is declared vacant by County Council pursuant to Section of the Charter. This Resolution shall become effective upon adoption. ADOPTED at a meeting of the Luzerne County Council held on January 9, Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 24 of 30

27 RESOLUTION R A Resolution by the Luzerne County Council Appointing a Member to the Luzerne County Community College Board of Trustees WHEREAS, Section 8.02(A) of the Luzerne County Home Rule Charter (the Charter ) provides that except as may otherwise be provided for in the Charter, the Administrative Code, or applicable law, all members of County boards and commissions shall be appointed by resolution of County Council adopted by an affirmative vote of at least a majority of its current members; and WHEREAS, there exists a vacancy on the Luzerne County Community College Board of Trustees due to the resignation of board member Sheila Saidman; and WHEREAS, County Council wishes to appoint to fill the remainder of Ms. Saidman s term expiring 12/31/2021, consistent with Section 8.02 and of the Charter. BE IT RESOLVED, the County Council appoints to the Luzerne County Community College Board of Trustees with such appointment to remain effective until 12/31/2021, or until the appointment is declared vacant by County Council pursuant to Section of the Charter. This Resolution shall become effective upon adoption. ADOPTED at a meeting of the Luzerne County Council held on January 9, Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 25 of 30

28 RESOLUTION R A Resolution By the Luzerne County Council Appointing a Member to the Luzerne County Transportation Authority WHEREAS, Section 8.03(A) of the Luzerne County Home Rule Charter (the Charter ) provides that except as may otherwise be provided for in the Charter, the Administrative Code, or applicable law, all members of County Authorities shall be appointed by resolution of County Council adopted by an affirmative vote of at least a majority of its current members; and WHEREAS, there exists a vacancy on the Luzerne County Transportation Authority due to the expiration of the term of a member; and WHEREAS, County Council wishes to appoint to a 5- year term expiring date of 12/31/2022, consistent with Section 8.03 of the Charter and Municipal Authorities Act. BE IT RESOLVED, the County Council appoints to the Luzerne County Transportation Authority with such appointment to remain effective until 12/31/2022, or until the appointment is declared vacant by County Council pursuant to Section of the Charter. This Resolution shall become effective upon adoption. ADOPTED at a meeting of the Luzerne County Council held on January 9, Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 26 of 30

29 RESOLUTION R A Resolution By the Luzerne County Council Appointing a Member to the Luzerne County Planning Commission WHEREAS, Section 8.02(A) of the Luzerne County Home Rule Charter (the Charter ) provides that except as may otherwise be provided for in the Charter, the Administrative Code, or applicable law, all members of County boards and commissions shall be appointed by resolution of County Council adopted by an affirmative vote of at least a majority of its current members; and WHEREAS, there exists a vacancy on the Planning Commission due to the expiration of the term of a member; and WHEREAS, County Council wishes to appoint to a 4 year term expiring date of 12/31/2021, consistent with Section 8.02 of the Charter and the Municipal Planning Code. BE IT RESOLVED, the County Council appoints, to the Luzerne County Planning Commission with such appointment to remain effective until 12/31/2021, or until the appointment is declared vacant by County Council pursuant to Section of the Charter. This Resolution shall become effective upon adoption. ADOPTED at a meeting of the Luzerne County Council held on January 9, Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 27 of 30

30 RESOLUTION R A Resolution By the Luzerne County Council Appointing a Member to the Luzerne County Redevelopment Authority WHEREAS, Section 8.03(A) of the Luzerne County Home Rule Charter (the Charter ) provides that except as may otherwise be provided for in the Charter, the Administrative Code, or applicable law, all members of County Authorities shall be appointed by resolution of County Council adopted by an affirmative vote of at least a majority of its current members; and WHEREAS, there exists a vacancy on the Luzerne County Redevelopment Authority due to the expiration of the term of a member; and WHEREAS, County Council wishes to appoint to a 5- year term expiring date of 12/31/2022, consistent with Section 8.03 of the Charter and Municipal Authorities Act. BE IT RESOLVED, the County Council appoints to the Luzerne County Redevelopment Authority with such appointment to remain effective until 12/31/2022, or until the appointment is declared vacant by County Council pursuant to Section of the Charter. This Resolution shall become effective upon adoption. ADOPTED at a meeting of the Luzerne County Council held on January 9, Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 28 of 30

31 RESOLUTION R A Resolution by the Luzerne County Council Appointing a Member to the Luzerne County Tourism Promotion Agency WHEREAS, Section 8.02(A) of the Luzerne County Home Rule Charter (the Charter ) provides that except as may otherwise be provided for in the Charter, the Administrative Code, or applicable law, all members of County boards and commissions shall be appointed by resolution of County Council adopted by an affirmative vote of at least a majority of its current members; and WHEREAS, there exists a vacancy on the Luzerne County Tourism Promotion Agency due to the resignation of a member; and WHEREAS, County Council wishes to appoint to fill the remainder of s term expiring 12/31/2018, consistent with Section 8.02 and of the Charter. BE IT RESOLVED, the County Council appoints to the Luzerne County Tourism Promotion Agency with such appointment to remain effective until 12/31/2018, or until the appointment is declared vacant by County Council pursuant to Section of the Charter. This Resolution shall become effective upon adoption. ADOPTED at a meeting of the Luzerne County Council held on January 9, Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 29 of 30

32 RESOLUTION R A Resolution By the Luzerne County Council Appointing a Member to the Luzerne County Zoning Hearing Board WHEREAS, Section 8.02(A) of the Luzerne County Home Rule Charter (the Charter ) provides that except as may otherwise be provided for in the Charter, the Administrative Code, or applicable law, all members of County boards and commissions shall be appointed by resolution of County Council adopted by an affirmative vote of at least a majority of its current members; and WHEREAS, there exists a vacancy on the Zoning Hearing Board due to the expiration of the term of a member; and WHEREAS, County Council wishes to appoint to a 3 year term expiring date of 12/31/2020, consistent with Section 8.02 of the Charter and the Municipal Planning Code. BE IT RESOLVED, the County Council appoints,, to the Luzerne County Zoning Hearing Board with such appointment to remain effective until 12/31/2020, or until the appointment is declared vacant by County Council pursuant to Section of the Charter. This Resolution shall become effective upon adoption. ADOPTED at a meeting of the Luzerne County Council held on January 9, Luzerne County Council Voting Session January 9, 2018 Agenda Page 30 of 30

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