Derry Borough will have to find another code executive after the former officer resigned Tuesday after completing a 90-day probationary period.
Mark Cypher sent a letter to the borough notifying him of his resignation on January 5th. The borough last year hired Cypher, who works in at least four other municipalities, during a probationary period. violation.
However, Cypher’s performance has been questioned over the past few weeks as the Borough Council held at least one executive meeting to discuss the position.
After Tuesday’s meeting, Council President Sarah Cowan confirmed that she hopes the board will end ahead of Cypher’s resignation. No other details were provided.
Law enforcement in the Borough is handled by the Pennsylvania Building Inspection Underwriter.
The borough council also accepted the resignation of one of two full-time public works employees. Cowan said no reason was given for Nicolas Rohm’s resignation, which will take effect on December 24, 2022. The council approved an advertisement for full-time vacancies.
The borough council also unanimously reappointed four individuals and companies to borough positions. Lee Demoski will serve as District Solicitor and Joshua Campbell will serve as Fire Chief of the Derry District Volunteer Fire Company.
Gibson-Thomas Engineering and Renee and Associates serve the Borough as engineers and auditors.
Cowan said preliminary report A unanimous vote for the four shows that the borough supports and believes in their work.
Police Chief Randolph Glick’s contract has been extended until 2023. Glick’s contract remains unchanged and includes a 2% wage increase, Cowan said.
The council voted 4 to 1 to elect Delhi Municipal Councilor James Ritenour as the presidential candidate. If the President and Vice-President of the Council are not present, Ritenour will act as President pro tempore.
Alderman Al Chekka voted against Ritenour and did not offer to nominate another alderman. Aldermen Chad Fabian and Rob White were absent.
After the meeting, Chekka said: preliminary report He voted against Ritenour for “incompetence”.
“What more can I say?” Chekka said when asked if there were any other details.
Ritenour said he would not comment on Checca’s remarks, but said everyone was entitled to their opinion.
Among other projects, the council also approved:
- $4,353.20 Delhi Borough Municipal Authority Change Order to Overlay Project for Mill and Curb Replacement and Base Repair.
- Giving Campbell permission to change the 911 call,
- Borough secretaries were empowered to pay bills between meetings to take advantage of discounts and prevent late bills.
The Delhi Borough Council will meet at AV Germano Hall on 7 February at 7pm.