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Category: Your Government
Number of Subcategories: 4
|Name/Office||Address||Phone & Fax||Website|
|Diane M. Ellis-Marseglia, LCSW – Commissioner Chair||55 East Court Street, Doylestown, PA 18901||215-348-6425||www.buckscounty.org|
|Robert J. Harvie Jr. – Commissioner Vice Chair||55 East Court Street, Doylestown, PA 18901||215-348-6424||www.buckscounty.org|
|Gene DiGirolamo – Commissioner||55 East Court Street, Doylestown, PA 18901||215-348-6426||www.buckscounty.org|
|Bucks County Government||55 East Court Street, Doylestown, PA 18901||All callers: 215-348-6000
Toll free within Bucks County: 1-888-942-8257
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Elected Officials
|Governor Tom Wolf||225 Main Capitol Building, Harrisburg, PA 17120||1-800-932-0784||www.governor.state.pa.us|
|Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman||508 Main Capitol Building, Harrisburg, PA 17120||717-787-3300||www.ltgov.pa.gov|
|State Senator Maria Collett (D)||711 N. York Rd. Suite 1, Willow Grove, PA 19090||215-624-1246||www.senatorcollett.com|
|State Representative Meghan Schroeder (R)||755 York Rd. Suite 205, Warminster, PA 18974||215-441-2624||www.repschroeder.com|
|Commonwealth of Pennsylvania||www.pa.gov|
|President Donald J. Trump (R)||1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Washington, D.C. 20500||202-456-1414||www.whitehouse.gov|
|Vice President Mike Pence (R)||1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Washington, D.C. 20500||202-456-1414||www.whitehouse.gov|
|Senator Robert Casey||Harrisburg Office
555 Walnut St. First Floor, Harrisburg, PA 17101
|Senator Patrick J. Toomey, Jr.||U.S Federal Building
228 Walnut St. Suite 1104 Harrisburg, PA 17101
|Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (R)||1717 Langhorne-Newtown Rd.,Suite 400,Langhorne, PA 19047||215-579-8102||www.brianfitzpatrick.house.gov|
|The White House||1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20500||202-456-1111||www.whitehouse.gov|
|The Library of Congress THOMAS||www.thomas.loc.gov|
Municipal Tax Collector
Barbara “Bobbie” Loftus- Tax Collector
48 Swan Way, Suite #2
Warminster, PA 18974
Telephone: (215) 443-8282
Tue-Thu: 9:00 AM-12:00 PM, 1:00-4:00 PM
Fri: 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Senior Citizens (minimum age 62) are eligible for a trash discount ($55) on the County and Township bill. Please present your driver’s license as proof of age and residency. All refunds must be requested prior to December 30 of the current year. Condo residents do not pay their trash bills to the Township and are not eligible for the above discount. Please call (215) 443-8282 if you need more information, or if the Tax Office may be of service in any way.
Earned Income and Local Services Taxes
Starting in 2011, Keystone Collections Group is the Earned Income and Local Services Tax Collector for Warminster Township.
Bucks County Office:
1243 Easton Road, Suite 101
Warrington, PA 18976
Hours: M-F 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
546 Wendel Road
Irwin, PA 15642
888-328-0558 Employer Hotline
For the EIT, the political subdivision code, or PSD, is 090403.
Berkheimer Tax Administrator
Business Privilege Tax Only
325-A North Pottstown Pike
Exton, PA 19341
Fax: (610) 588-5765
Office Hours: M-F 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
The Township will now be using Portnoff Law Associates for collection of delinquent real estate taxes, sanitation fees, and street lighting charges. They offer more options for payment than we can and will service our delinquent accounts. Please visit www.portnoffonline.com or call 866-211-9466.
Warminster Township Board of Supervisors seek resident volunteers to be appointed to a variety of Boards and Commissions which act as advisory boards to the Township Supervisors.
Construction Board of Appeals
This board hears appeals from contractors/ builders who disagree with a code decision
This board meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 6:00pm at the Warminster Township Free Library.
|Douglas C. Mondel||2021|
|Mary Owens (Board Liaison)|
This board meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm at the Township Administration Building.
|Wayne McCulloch – Chair||2021|
|Charles Metzger – Vice Chair||2022|
|Jammie Jolly (Alternate)||2024|
|John Gonzalez (Alternate)||2022|
|Judy Hoover (Board Liaison)|
Zoning Hearing Board
This board meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm at the Township Administration Building. The board consists of five residents of the Township appointed by resolution by the Board of Supervisors. The term of office is five years with the term of office of one member expiring each year. The Zoning Hearing Board is created in accordance with the provisions of Article IX of the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code, 53 P.S. §10901 et seq.
|Thomas Thern (Alternate)||2021|
|Thomas Wanner (Alternate)||2022|
|Ken Hayes (Board Liasion)|
Environmental Advisory Council
This board meets the 4th Monday of every month at 7:00 pm at the Administration Building. Fore more information, please visit our Environmental Information page.
|Ken Hayes (Board Liaison)|
Golf Advisory Committee
This board meets the 2nd Tuesday of every other month at 3:00pm at Five Ponds Golf Club.
|Charles Vincelette (Citizen Advisor)||2021|
|Ryan Wolcott (Citizen Advisor)||2021|
|Mark Mckee (Board Liason)|
Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee
This board meets the 1st Wednesday of every other month at 6:30pm at the WREC.
|Caity Quinn Buck||2022|
|Angela Wine (Citizen Advisor)||2021|
|Jonathan Panofsky (Citizen Advisor)||2021|
|Dena Niles (Citizen Advisor)||2021|
|Matthew Sweeney (Citizen Advisor)||2021|
|Mary Owens (Board Liaison)|
Warminster Municipal Authority
|David G. Bailey||2021|
|Katherine Frescatore (Board Liaison)|
Economic Development Committee
Meets the 2nd Monday of every month at 7:00 pm at the Administration Building
|Joseph Curtis DiFurio||2021|
|Business Member – Vacant|
|Ryan Wolcott (Citizen Advisor)||2021|
|Joseph Warner (Citizen Advisor)||2021|
|Judy Hoover (Board Liaison)|
|Ken Hayes (Board Liaison)|
Pension Investment Advisory Committee
Meets the 4th Thursday of the month following the end of a quarter at the Administration Building
|Ann Duffy (Union Member)||2021|
|John Bonargo (Union Member)||2021|
|Gene Asterito (Union Member)||2021|
|Mark McKee (Board Liaison)|
|Ken Hayes (Board Liaison)|
The Township Board of Supervisors is charged by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania with, among other things, the general governance of the Township and the execution of legislative, executive, and administrative powers in order to ensure sound fiscal management and to secure the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of the Township. To email a supervisor directly, please select one from below.
Supervisors meeting replayed on the following days and times (subject to change without notice) on Verizon Channel 45 and Comcast Channel 22. They can also be seen anytime on our YouTube Channel . . . www.youtube.com/user/WarminsterTownship
Sunday: 10 AM & 7 PM
Monday: 9 AM & 6 PM
Tuesday: 6 PM
Wednesday: 11 AM & 8 PM
Thursday: 12 PM
Friday: 8 PM
Saturday: 10 AM, 4 PM
► Kenneth M Hayes (Chairman)
Mr. Hayes is presently serving as Chairman of the Board of Supervisors. Prior to his election to the Board of Supervisors in January 2020, he served as chair of the Warminster Township Environmental Advisory Council, former chair and member of the Budget Committee, member of the Pension Investment Committee, and an alternate on the Planning Commission.
Ken has resided in Warminster Township for 25 years.
► Katherine L. Frescatore (Vice Chairman)
Ms. Frescatore is currently serving as Vice Chairman of the Board of Supervisors. She has resided in Warminster for 33 years. She was the former chairwoman of Warminster Township’s Communications Board. In addition, Katherine was a volunteer coach for a variety of Warminster’s Intramural sports teams for 27 years. She coached boys’ baseball, boys’ and girls’ basketball and girls’ softball.
► Mary K. Owens (Treasurer)
Ms. Owens is currently serving as Township Treasurer on the Board of Supervisors. She has lived in Warminster with her husband and two daughters for 15 years. She is a graduate of Bucks County Community College, Acme's First Female Produce Manager, a 33 year member of Local UFCW 1776, and is proud to be a UFCW 1776KS business representative.
► Judith A. Hoover (Secretary)
Term Ends: 2025
Ms. Hoover is currently serving as Township Secretary on the Board of Supervisors. She first moved to Warminster Township in 1971 and returned to the area again in 2013. Prior to serving on the board, she served as Warminster Township Auditor and as a member of the Parks and Rec Board. Judy is currently a member of both the Friends of Warminster Parks and the Friends of the Warminster Library.
► Mark E. McKee
Mr. McKee is presently serving as a member of the Board of Supervisors. . Prior to his election to the Board of Supervisors in January 2012, he served as Citizen Advisor to Parks and Recreation Board (2009 -2011), and the Ad hoc Tri Centennial Committee that was created in 2010 to celebrate the 300th Anniversary of the Township. Mark worked tirelessly to raise the funds necessary to support the Warminster Community Park Safety Town Committee Rotary project, a kid's park to teach the kids the rules of the road. He is committed to the Board's goal of working to help residents address storm water and other quality of life concerns, and promoting a business friendly municipal government.
Mark, who has 30 years of experience in the construction and interior finish industry, resides in Warminster with his wife of 20 years, Erica, and their son Jack.
The Township Board of Supervisors created the Office of the Township Manager to serve as the Chief Administrative Officer of the Township. The Township Manager is appointed by a majority vote of the Board of Supervisors and is chosen solely on the basis of executive and administrative qualifications, education, and experience in the principles and practices of public policy and administration with respect to the duties of the office of Township Manager.
The Manager is responsible to the Board of Supervisors for the proper and efficient administration of all responsibilities and diligent execution of all authority and duties of administration, for directing the daily operations and achieving the established goals and objectives of the governing body.
For over forty years, William J. “Bill” McCauley, III has been a visionary and innovative member of local government. His career in the field of public administration and governance has been a boon to all municipalities, boroughs, and townships that he has been lucky enough to serve.
Before entering public service, Bill worked hard on his own education and self-development, entering the University of Maine and graduating with a degree in Public Management with a concentration on local government administration. As part of his undergraduate program, he worked in the town of Holden, Maine, as an Intern to the Town Manager. After graduation, he would move on to Canaan, NH, and serve as a Town Administrator. These formative experiences allowed him to develop a passionate obsession for public service and find fulfillment in helping foster growth and stability in the towns.
From ‘79 to ‘85, William J. “Bill” McCauley, III worked largely with smaller towns of less than 3000 residents. He was the first Town Manager in Westminster, Vermont and Charlestown, Rhode Island. In 1985 he returned to his home state for a position in Lower Providence, Pennsylvania. As Township Manager, he was responsible for an area with a population of more than 20k, a budget above $5.4 million, and 75 employees. Lower Providence had had five Managers in the five years preceding Bill’s tenure. He was in this position for almost 6 years.
In 1991, Bill moved on to the Borough of Phoenixville, in Chester County of Pennsylvania tackling his first financially distressed municipality. He answered to the 12-member Borough Council, oversaw 100 employees, and was responsible for an 11 million-dollar budget.
During his brief 3 years here, he eliminated more than a $1.2 million deficit and a million-dollar negative cash flow in the utilities fund. Bill supervised major infrastructure improvements and uncovered financial improprieties while investigating local political corruption which sparked an FBI inquiry. His tenure here was relatively short, but his major impact on turning around the Borough cannot be overstated.
For more than a decade, William J. “Bill” McCauley, III would work with Bensalem Township, the ninth-largest municipality in PA, serving from 1994 to 2007. He was a Director of the Administration, answering directly to the Mayor. This large Township has a population in excess of 60,000 residents, a budget above $75 million, and Bill oversaw 210 full-time employees.
Once again, he inherited a financial mess in Bensalem where they had finished 9 consecutive years in a deficit position. Bill’s major accomplishments with the Township are numerous resulting in Bensalem Township being recognized as a municipal model. One notable aspect of his tenure here was his authoring a position paper for the Mayor advocating for a 2 % Host Municipality Fee for Townships with Racetracks having slot machines which was incorporated into the enabling legislation. This led directly to the inflow of millions of dollars to Bensalem from Keystone Racetrack and then PARX Casino. Upon separating from Bensalem Township, he left them with $61 million in the Capital Trust Fund and $16 million in cash on hand after beginning with a negative $256,000 fund balance.
In 2010, William “Bill” McCauley founded his own business – McCauley Consulting, LLC. This consulting firm offers management and financial services to public and private clients. He recognized that his experience in the field allowed him to ply a large network of administrative and management experts. He continues to offer his knowledge and expertise to clients across the Eastern Region.
While building his own business, he was recruited to implement a newly adopted form of government in the Township of Bristol. He assumed a job as the Chief Executive Officer in January of 2012. At the time, Bristol Township was generally regarded as a dead municipality and the job was considered an impossible task in a dead-end job. Upon assuming the position, Bill found an organization on the brink of bankruptcy and an infrastructure that had been ignored since the days of William Levitt. Bill is credited with accomplishing what became known as the “Bristol Township Miracle”. He paved the majority of township highways, replaced every streetlight, upgraded every township building, rehabbed the wastewater treatment plant, constructed a new park, and enlarged and renovated the township’s largest park. He accomplished all of this while lowering taxes and restoring Bristol to financial stability in his 8 years from 2012 to 2019. His tenure in the Township provided major improvements and created 2500 new jobs that continue to benefit the area to this day. Bill is credited with transforming Bristol Township from a municipal laughingstock to one of the most emulated communities in the region.
Today, he has shifted his focus towards his consulting company, seeking to provide a level of service and expertise that no other firm can provide. He has already successfully guided three PA communities away from financial distress and towards economic growth.