On this date: Sept. 17, 1968
In a controversial move by the Republican-controlled Summit Hill Borough Council, Charles W. Llewellyn was named to a five-year term on the borough’s water authority. He was named to succeed Cecelia Stermer, whose term does not expire until the end of the year.
Llewellyn was named over three other people who were favored by various council members.
Thomas Miller, Thomas Nothstein, Nelson Lindermuth, Gordon Henninger and Edward Evans favored the appointment.
Councilman Steve Wargo voted for Stermer; Alex Sommers cast his vote for Ambrose O’Donnell; and Carmen Ciavaglia favored Stanley Kozuch for the appointment.