Chartiers names new township manager

  • By Scott Beveridge December 11, 2012
Chartiers Township supervising Chairman Richard W. Metzler, left, and Supervisor A. William Kiehl conduct business Tuesday at a meeting in which a new township manager was hired. - Scott Beveridge / Observer-Reporter Order a Print

Chartiers Township supervisors named a new township manager Tuesday as part of a reorganization that will move the current manager to a new post at the beginning of the new year.

In a unanimous vote of the three supervisors, Jodi L. Noble was hire as township manager to be paid $60,000 a year, beginning Jan. 1.

The hiring will allow the township to name the current manager, Samuel Stockton, to a newly created position of community development coordinator. He also will be paid $60,000 a year, supervising Chairman Richard W. Metzler said.

Stockton will be assigned to develop a new comprehensive plan for the township, determine which local ordinances need to be updated and ensure different township committees work better together, Metzler said.

He said Noble worked nearly a decade as an assistant manager of Moon Township and, for the past three years, as a municipal planning consultant. She also has a background in financial planning and employee contract negotiations, Metzler added.

She did not attend the supervisors’ meeting Tuesday.

Scott Beveridge has been with the Observer-Reporter since 1986 after previously working at the Daily Herald in Monongahela. He is a graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s fine arts and art education programs and Duquesne University’s master of liberal arts program. He is a 2004 World Affairs journalism fellow.


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