Sen. Yaw Addresses PA Association of Municipal Administrators (PAMA) During 62nd Annual Conference

HARRISBURG – State Sen. Gene Yaw (R-23) today addressed members of the Pennsylvania Association of Municipal Administrators (PAMA) during its annual conference in Gettysburg.

PAMA was first established in 1959 to recognize the professionalism of the Municipal Administrator and to improve standards and practices in the profession through educational programs.

In addition to Senator Yaw, the four-day event featured a number of speakers including PAMA President David Jarrett, Sayre Borough; Mayor Theodore Streeter, Gettysburg Borough; Liz Wagenseller, Director of the PA Office of Open Records; Holly Lubart, Vice President of Government Affairs for the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association; among many others.

Prior to running for the Senate, Yaw served as Lycoming County solicitor for 17 years and was named County Solicitor of the Year in 2004. He has also served as general counsel to the Pennsylvania College of Technology for more than 20 years.  In 2013, he was elected Chairman of the Pennsylvania College of Technology Board of Directors.

Senator Yaw speaks with PA Association of Municipal Administrators (PAMA) President David Jarrett (right) and David Carson (left), Secretary, Eagles Mere Borough, during the 62nd Annual Conference in Gettysburg. 

 

Senator Yaw addresses the PA Association of Municipal Administrators (PAMA) during its 62nd Annual Conference in Gettysburg.