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Posted on: April 3, 2017

North Fayette Township Designated as a 2017 Banner Community

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North Fayette Township Designated as 2017 Banner Community
Sixteen Municipalities Part of the Program Since Its Inception



PITTSBURGH – County officials, including members of County Council and County Manager William D. McKain CPA, held a press conference and ceremony on March 31 to announce that 51 municipalities, including North Fayette Township, have been designated as 2017 Banner Communities.
The Banner Community Program, sponsored by the Allegheny League of Municipalities in cooperation with the county, recognizes those communities committed to professional development, prudent fiscal management, transparency, accountability and proactive communications to engage community stakeholders. This is the fifth year of the program and the fifth year North Fayette has been designated a Banner Community.
“Local government is considered by many to be the most important form of government because of its direct impact on the daily lives of residents. The job of being a local government officials, whether elected or appointed, has become an increasingly complex occupation,” said County Executive Rich Fitzgerald. “The Banner Community Program designation is a public recognition of the efforts that these government officials take on behalf of its residents and businesses each day. I congratulate the officials who represent these communities, and thank them, for the example they set in our county.”
The 51 Banner Communities are: 

Baldwin Borough

Bellevue

Bethel Park

Brentwood

Butler Township (Butler Co.)

Castle Shannon

Collier

Cranberry Township (Butler Co.)

Crescent

Dormont

East Deer

East McKeesport

Edgewood

Elizabeth Township

Etna

Fox Chapel

Green Tree

Hampton

Harrison

Indiana

Jefferson Hills

Kilbuck

Leetsdale

McCandless

Millvale

Monroeville

Mt. Lebanon

Munhall

North Fayette

North Versailles

O’Hara

Ohio

Pine

Port Vue

Reserve

Richland

Ross

Scott

Sewickley

Shaler

Sharpsburg

South Park

Swissvale

Tarentum

Upper St. Clair

Verona

West Deer

West View

Whitehall

Wilkins

Wilkinsburg

Following the press event and ceremony in the County Courthouse’s Gold Room, representatives of the Banner Communities took part in a luncheon hosted by Herbert, Rowland & Grubic, Inc. (HRG), key sponsor of the Banner Community Program.


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