Colebrookdale Township commissioners reorganize

The Colebrookdale Township commissioners voted at their recent meeting to reorganize the board and named current president Todd M. Gamler to another two-year term. William D. Spade was reappointed to the position of vice president for another two-year term.

Current township manager Cindy Conrad was appointed to another one-year term in the position. Jeffrey Karver, Esq., of Boyd & Karver, Boyertown, was reappointed as township solicitor and the firm of Gilmore & Associates, Inc., was reappointed township engineers.

Other reappointments included Donald C. Miller as deputy tax collector and David Eisenhard as deputy fire marshal. Nathan Babb was reappointed as emergency management coordinator and William D. Spade was reappointed as deputy emergency management coordinator. Each will serve a two-year term.

Emma Gustafson was reappointed to another four-year term on the township planning commission. John Kochey was reappointed to a three-year term on the zoning hearing board, and Stephen Price, Esq., was unanimously reappointed to serve as the zoning hearing board solicitor.


Keystone Municipal Services was reappointed as the township’s commercial/

industrial building inspector. Dennis Lobough was named to a six-year term on the civil service commission and Jack Smith will serve another one-year term as the township’s vacancy board chairman.

The township’s sewage enforcement officers will continue to be Matthew Hostrander of Gilmore & Associates, Inc., and Bruce Sands. They will serve one-year terms. Census enumerator for an additional one-year term will be Denise Hartman.