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Montgomery Township Manager Gets 3.7% Pay Increase, Contract Extension

Also: Supervisor Joe Walsh is named chairman and Supervisor Mike Fox is named vice chairman for 2014.

At Montgomery Township's reorganization meeting Monday night, Joe Walsh was reappointed as chairman of the board of supervisors.
Named vice president for 2014 was Supervisor Mike Fox.
The biggest change of 2014, however, involves the contract of township Manager Larry Gregan.
Supervisors approved a 3.7 percent salary increase for Gregan Monday night, bringing his annual salary for 2014 to $140,000.
Gregan is also exempt from overtime and cannot be paid such for any hours worked more than 40 hours a week.
Futhermore, Gregan's contract was extended for two years, ending Dec. 31, 2015.
Other perks of Gregan's job for 2014: a township-provided mid-size car to perform his duties as manager that can be used for minimal personal use within a 25-mile radius of Montgomery Township, with the township paying insurance and repair costs for the vehicle; a cell phone and phone plan for business use and a laptop for business use.
Fox was sworn in for another four-year term, as was Supervisor Jeff McDonnell, each of them winning re-election last November.
Also sworn in Monday were tax collector Patricia Gallagher and auditors John Crowe and James Earley.
All township officials remained for 2014 as well, including solicitor Frank Bartle, police Chief Scott Bendig, Director of Fire Services Rick Lesniak, Finance Director Shannon Drosnock, Planning and Zoning Director Bruce Shoupe and township engineer Gilmore & Associates.
Supervisors also reappointed Montgomery Township Fire Police for 2014: William Adams, Robert Bailey, Stacy Bailey, Gregory Fitzgerald, Michael Goldberg, Robert Gruber, Franklin Ha, Maryanne Mogensen, Matt Palm, Bud Rhoads, Joel Silver and Joanne Weinhardt.

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