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Staff:

Superintendent
Glenn MaGatz

Assistant Superintendent
Stuart Odell

Recreation Supervisor
Chris Huffer

Golf Course Superintendent
Mark Jacobs

Golf Foreman
Scott Zook

Sign Technician
Ernie Hartman

Facilities Supervisor
Michael R. McKinney

Duty Crew Leaders
Phil Burton
Scott McCabe
Bill Slaseman

Maintenance Workers I
Glen Herman
Don Fink
Chris McClintock
Ryan Fausnacht
Tim Imhoff
David Drury
John Bowman
Doug Morton
Nicholas Spiewak
Robert Welsh

Maintenance Workers II
Mike Brown
Kyle Altland
Ted Rhykerd

Maintenance Workers III
Bill Ward

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT – MAINTENANCE DIVISION

The Maintenance Division consists of four sub-divisions.  Each sub-division has specific areas of responsibilities and is staffed according to the specific maintenance and/or project requirement at any given time.  The Maintenance Division consists of the following individuals and is staffed, when warranted, with seasonal/part-time help.

 

Superintendent: Glenn MaGatz

Assistant Superintendent:  Stuart Odell

Recreation Maintenance Supervisor:  Chris Huffer

Golf Course Superintendent:  Mark Jacobs

Golf Maintenance Foreman:  Scott Zook

Sign Technician:  Ernie Hartman

Facilities Maintenance Supervisor:  Michael McKinney

Duty Crew Leader:  Bill Slaseman
Duty Crew Leader: Scott McCabe
Duty Crew Leader:  Phil Burton

Maintenance Worker I:  Glen Herman            Maintenance Worker II:  Mike Brown
Maintenance Worker I:  Don Fink                  Maintenance Worker II:  Kyle Altland
Maintenance Worker I:  Chris McClintock     Maintenance Worker II:  Ted Rhykerd
Maintenance Worker I:  Ryan Fausnacht       Maintenance Worker II:  Dave Drury
Maintenance Worker I:  Rick Bittinger
Maintenance Worker III:  Bill Ward
Maintenance Worker I:  Doug Morton
Maintenance Worker I:  John Bowman
Maintenance Worker I:  Nicholas Spiewak
Maintenance Worker I:  Timothy Imhoff
Maintenance Worker I: Robert Welsh

 

In addition to leaf collection, street sweeping, pot hole repairs and patching, preparation and delivery of compost and tan bark materials, road side mowing and snow removal operations, and parking lot re-striping, the Maintenance Division staff also performs general infrastructure and maintenance work such as:

 

Inlet repairs

Sanitary sewer repairs

Stormwater sewer inlet repairs

 

The Facilities Sub-Division staff is responsible for the maintenance and repairs of all Township-owned facilities.  This includes managing various annual contracts for HVAC maintenance, as well as over-seeing projects requiring installation of new HVAC systems, and pest control.

Staff also is responsible for making numerous repairs at all Township-owned buildings such as garage doors, bathroom facilities repairs, painting buildings, maintaining turf and flower beds.  Staff replaces windows, tile and carpet, repairs roof leaks, replacement and/or upgrading lights and fixtures at the Township’s parking lots and performs annual water backflow testing at all facilities as required by PA American Water Company.

The Recreation Sub-Division staff maintains all of the Township’s park facilities to include lighted tennis and basketball and volleyball courts, softball, baseball and soccer fields and picnic pavilions located throughout the Township’s various parks.  Staff also performs inspections of all playground equipment and surfacing material, and maintains appropriate inventory of needed materials and supplies for the upkeep of the various recreational facilities.

Armitage Golf Club staff is kept busy maintaining the course on a daily basis, with such tasks as mowing, spraying fairways and approaches for fungus control, top-dressing and fertilizing the greens, maintaining trees located on the course, and preparing the course for numerous outings held throughout the year.

The Township’s sign technician oversees the reflectivity requirements instituted by PennDOT for the safety of motorists and ease of response by emergency responders during night-time call-outs.  The Technician also uses the Township’s portable line painting equipment to delineate cross walks and stop bars.