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Penn Township seeks emergency management coordinator

| Friday, Nov. 22, 2013, 3:48 p.m.

Penn Township residents interested in volunteering as an emergency management coordinator are being asked to apply.

Letters of interest and records of training are being sought by township officials in an effort to fill the position.

Township commissioners will select a replacement for the current coordinator, who is resigning. The board's vote would serve as a recommendation to Gov. Tom Corbett.

Applicants must submit all related training records and be familiar with the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Services Code.

Mileage and out-of-pocket expenses will be reimbursed.

Letters of interest and training records should be sent to Township Manager Bruce Light, 2001 Municipal Court, Harrison City, PA 15636, or emailed to brucelight@penntwp.org.

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