Tony M. Sanders Chairman
Fred E. Kammerer Vice Chairman
Sharon E. Hamm Member
Overview The governing body of Straban Township is made up of three elected supervisors. These supervisors are elected from the Township, at large, to six-year terms. The Board is vested with the executive and legislative powers of the Township.
Robin K. Crushong
Overview The Office Manager is an appointed position that has the responsibility to oversee all administrative functions of the Township. This person is responsible for carrying out the policies of the Board of Supervisors and for maintaining all Township financial records.
Code Enforcement Officer/Zoning Officer
Land and Sea Services
Overview This position is appointed annually by the Board of Supervisors. The Code Enforcement Officer issues driveway and building permits for new construction and/or remodeling. He/She regularly surveys township properties for violations and issues citations and notices, collects fees, and keep records of all building activity to report to the Board of Supervisors.
Overview This position is appointed annually by the Board of Supervisors. The Secretary serves as a secretary of the Township. Duties include preparing agendas, keeping minutes, and preparing official records of the township codes. The Secretary works under the supervision of the Office Manager.
John S. Phillips
Wm. F. Hill & Associates, Inc.
Mark A.Walde Road Foreman
Tony M. Sanders
Robert Y. Stephens
Overview The Road Department is located at the Township maintenance building on Granite Station Road. The Department comprises three full-time employees and one part-time employee. They maintain approximately 46 miles of township roads.
Barbara L. Baker, Chair
Trevor J. Taylor, Secretary
Overview The Township Auditors, each elected for a six-year term, are responsible to review the audits of the Township books. They also set the pay rate and benefits for supervisors who perform road-related duties.
Overview The Tax Collector, is an elected position, that has the responsibility to collect the County, Township and School Real Estate Taxes and remits the monies directly to each taxing body. Address of Tax Collector is: 180 Goldenville Road, Gettysburg PA 17325 Phone: 717-334-9619
Alan N. Zepp, Chair
George Mauser, Vice Chair
Patricia A. Kimble, Secretary
John D. Boblits III
Sharon E. Hamm
Overview Appointed by the Board of Supervisors, the Planning Commission consists of five township residents who each serve a four-year term. Among many functions, they are responsible for the preparation and updates to the comprehensive plan. They also make recommendations to the board concerning land use and land development throughout the Township.
Zoning Hearing Board
Marcella J. Kammerer, Chair
Jane L. Lordeman, Vice Chair
David G. Gulden, Member
Overview Appointed by the Board of Supervisors, the Zoning Hearing Board is made up of three township residents, each serving a three-year term. The primary purpose of the Board is to help assure fair, equitable application and administration of the Zoning Ordinance. The Zoning Hearing Board has jurisdiction to hear and decide the following, but is not limited to: Application for Variances, Applications for Special Exceptions, Procedural Challenges to the Ordinance, and Appeals from the Determination of the Zoning Officer.
Thomas Adair, Chair
Deborah A. Kammerer , Vice Chair
Pete Sontheimer, Secretary/Treasurer
John Colgan, Member
Overview Appointed by the Board of Supervisors, the Recreation Board consists of five members. Each member serves for a term of five years. The purpose of the Board is to oversee the Recreation Park activities and recommend to the Supervisors possible improvements and expenses. The location of the 13.8 ac. Township park is on Smith Road just off of Route 30.
Agricultural Security Area Advisory Commission
Fred E. Kammerer, Chair
Mark L. Widerman
Lawrence E. Wilkinson
Ronald C. Milhimes