Hanover Twp. supervisor publicizes retirement after 22 years of service

HANOVER TWP., Pa. – John “Jay” Finnigan Jr., supervisor of Hanover Township in Northampton County, introduced his retirement throughout Tuesday night time’s board of supervisors assembly.

A former supervisor, Finnigan mirrored on his 22 years of service with the township and the problems and challenges that the municipal authorities has confronted throughout that point, together with noise and growth at Lehigh Valley Worldwide Airport, regional cooperation in planning and zoning, sustaining tax charges and street upkeep.







John J. Finnigan Jr. is stepping down as supervisor of Hanover Township, Northampton County, after 22 years of service in numerous capacities.


By all of it, he mentioned the township authorities has labored for residents and companies. He credited the dedication, teamwork and longevity of township workers for holding operations operating easily 12 months spherical.

“This township would not miss a beat,” Finnigan mentioned, including that he plans to get pleasure from leisure time in retirement and volunteer for neighborhood actions.

His retirement is efficient Aug. 31.

Board Chairman Jack D. Nagle thanked him for his service, and the whole board stood for an ovation.

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