Monday, April 18, 2011

newPA: Corbett Administration Recognizes Six Greater Pittsburgh Area Municipalities and Officials for Dedication, Innovative Management

Lt. Governor Jim Cawley, on behalf of Governor Tom Corbett, today recognized three local government officials and three municipalities in the Greater Pittsburgh area for their commitment to their communities and for using innovative approaches to municipal service delivery that resulted in cost savings and service efficiencies.

“As local government officials you hear firsthand the issues of your constituents and it is your responsibility to provide solutions that make your community a vibrant place to live, work and raise a family,” Lt. Governor Cawley said at the 15thannual Governor’s Awards for Local Government Excellence. “This celebration is a testament to your hard work and an acknowledgement that your concern for your community and your dedication has not been overlooked.”

The following municipalities in the Greater Pittsburgh area were recognized today:

* Mount Lebanon Township, in Allegheny County, was recognized in the category of “innovative community and governmental initiatives” for the Mount Lebanon Fire Department’s integration and use of a new information technology system that has improved service delivery, increased safety of fire personnel and enhanced fire service to the residents of the township.

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