Borough Manager: Charles Kellar
(717) 359-5101 ext. 32
The Borough Manager serves the Mayor, Council and the community as the chief administrative officer of the Borough and shall be responsible to the Littlestown Borough Council as a whole for the proper and efficient administration of the affairs of the Borough of Littlestown placed in his charge. He is responsible for administering local government projects and programs on behalf of the Borough of Littlestown. The Borough Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Borough, including but not limited to seeing that all ordinances, resolutions, rules and regulations adopted by the Littlestown Borough Council are enforced. The Borough Manager addresses health and sanitation related property complaints and complaint driven investigations as related to the Littlestown Borough Code.
Borough Secretary/Treasurer: Sandy Conrad
(717) 359-5101 ext. 31
The Borough Secretary/Treasurer assists the Borough Manager and elected officials in varied administrative processes of the legally mandated activities of the Borough. She serves as “Chief Municipal Clerk” and Treasurer of the Borough and assistant to the Borough Manager, and is responsible for the proper recording, documenting and filing of all official acts of the Borough Council and other appointed boards and commissions. The Borough Secretary/Treasurer is also expected to provide services to the public and act as a source of reference for other Borough officials and the public. She performs the duties of Treasurer as prescribed by law [Section 1106 of the Borough Code (53 P.S.46106)].
Borough Clerk: Bobbi Eyler, (717) 359-5101 ext. 30 - email@example.com
Borough Clerk: Carol Dillman, (717) 359-5101 ext. 36 - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Borough Office Clerks are located in the front office of the Borough Office Building. They are responsible for excellent customer service in answering the phones, greeting visitors to the building, directing visitors to the appropriate staff members and answering general questions. They also are responsible for generating, billing, mailing and collecting water and sewer bills, scheduling pavilion rentals, issuing yard sale permits, and they assist the Borough Secretary/Treasurer with accounts payable, and accounts receivable.
Zoning Administrator/Code Officer: Doug Hoffman, (717) 359-5101 ext. 34 - email@example.com
***Permits can be obtained by Doug Mon-Fri 7am - 9:30pm & 2pm - 3:30pm; all other hours are by appointment only*** The Zoning Administrator/Code officer is responsible for enforcing borough ordinances and regulations concerning, but not limited to, sidewalk conditions, snow removal, nuisances, property conditions, etc. Responsibilities also include enforcing zoning ordinances by inspecting set backs. The Zoning/Code officer also assists the general public with questions and concerns regarding permits, code violations and provides advice for code compliance.
Public Works Supervisor: Lynn Crosley
The Public Works Supervisor, supervises, and assists the Public Works employees on a wide variety of Borough projects including, but not limited to, streets, buildings, pool, and parks. The Public Works Department is responsible for all things related to Borough street, such as maintaining streets, snow plowing and removal, leaf collection, traffic signal maintenance, and street light maintenance. The Public Works Department provides safe, adequate, reliable and cost effective supply of water to our citizens, as well as the collection and treatment of wastewater. The Crew maintains all Borough buildings and facilities. The Public Works Crew maintains and adds to the Littlestown Community Park, Crouse Park, and the Littlestown Community Pool. We are all very proud of our beautiful parks and pool.
MDIA: Mike Hartman
Office and Scheduling: (717) 761-5340 Mike Hartman serves as the Borough’s third party inspector for all residential and commercial properties. All permits will be distributed by the Borough Office staff. Permits that are submitted will go through the Director of Public who will determine if any additional permits from MDIA are required.
Water/Sewer Operator: Ed Santamaria: firstname.lastname@example.org
The water/sewer operators are responsible for ensuring that the Boroughs waste water treatment plant, lift stations, wells and pump houses are running and meeting the laws of the Commonwealth of PA. In addition they also make sure that all the required testing and documentation is submitted to the state and that all policy and procedures are followed.