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Harmar Supervisor Patricia Janoski stepping down

Emily Balser
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Harmar supervisors will be looking for a new board member after the resignation of Patricia Janoski.

Supervisors Chairman Bob Seibert said Janoski submitted a letter of resignation effective Feb. 12. No reason was given.

He expects the board to formally accept the resignation during Thursday’s meeting.

“We will miss Pat and I think over the years she did an excellent job as chairman,” Seibert said.

Janoski, 80, was serving the sixth and final year of her term as supervisor. Before being elected as a supervisor, she served as the township’s tax collector for about 13 years, Seibert said.

“She’s done a lot of good things for Harmar Township,” he said.

The board will accept letters over the next month from residents interested in serving out the rest of Janoski’s term.

Seibert said he expects the board to appoint a replacement in March.

Applicants can send their letters of interest to the township building, 701 Freeport Road, Cheswick, PA 15024.

Attempts to contact Janoski were unsuccessful. A number listed for her was no longer in service.

Emily Balser is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Emily at 724-226-4680, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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