The Kidder Township board of supervisors met Monday night for the annual reorganization meeting.
Last month Kidder Township said farewell to a long tenured board supervisor, Kevin Nally, after he chose not to seek re-election. Bob Lengle is the new supervisor that will be filling the vacancy. The rest of the board of supervisors will remain the same with Larry Polansky, Raymond Gluck, Mary Farnschlader and Tom Bradley Jr. serving Kidder Township board of supervisors.
Polansky was re-nominated and unanimously elected chairman of the board. Bradley was made vice-chairman and police chairman. Gluck will continue to serve as roadmaster. Klem was also elected as assistant treasure and assistant secretary.
The Kidder Township Environmental Advisory Council, Planning Commission and Zoning Hearing Board all will be comprised of the same members. Those members who had served out their term were unanimously re-elected at the reorganization meeting. Hanover Engineering will continue to serve as the township and planning engineer for Kidder Township. All legal council for the Kidder Township Boards and Committees were retained with no changes in the agreement.
The board of supervisors appointed Polansky and Bradley as liaisons to the waste treatment facility. Lengle was named as liaison to the Planning Commission and the Zoning Hearing Board. Bradle will continue on as the board's representative to the Environmental Advisory Council. The Fire Commission liaisons will be Farnschalder and Polansky.
The board agreed to continue to have meeting on the third Thursday of every month. All meetings of the Kidder Township board of supervisors are open to the public. The meetings begin at 7 pm at the Kidder Township municipal building.