Litz brings Local Government, Small Business, and Conservation Experience to the Table.
Jo Ellen is a 5-term Lebanon County Commissioner who is the Boots on the Ground for local government implementing programs to Protect Children, Serve Families, Secure Justice, Manage Emergencies, and Safeguard Elections. In short, Commissioner Litz Safeguards the Public Trust.
Whether it was the 2004 Campbelltown Tornado, Tropical Storm Lee in 2011, or the 30" 2016 Snowstorm Jonas, I've been here for you.
Litz was elected by her peers from across the state of Pennsylvania to serve as the 2012 president and 2013 chairman of the Board for the statewide commissioner's association.
Litz is about starting a conversation from public structures like roads and bridges, water and sewer, schools, and energy. A sound infrastructure is the basis of a sound economy. Litz believes we need these Economy Boosting Jobs to put money into the pockets of people so that they can buy homes, cars, and goods. Litz supports a transportation plan to make our roads and bridges safe. In this way, we will create good paying jobs, get people to these jobs, our goods to market, and children to schools.
Jo Ellen served as the chair of the MPO (2012-15)--Metropolitan Planning Organization for Lebanon County--where she helps to prioritize local road and bridge projects with PennDOT and the Federal Highway Administration.
Keep Litz doing the People's Business.
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Team Litz: Treasurer, Cathy Garrison
Honorary Chair: Lt. Gov. Catherine Baker Knoll --a woman who broke the glass ceiling and contributed greatly to PA politics; born in 1930, died November 12, 2008.
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An expansion of the numbe of guards should also follow suit. Donna Porter
1) I think that if we released prisoners that were non-violent, ie. drug users not sellers, but users, we would probably have more than enough space. anonymous
2) No. I couldn't believe the prison was built in an area right in the middle of a school, a senior center, a shopping area and buildings containing disabled folks (Renova and Quest). If there is an escape the potential for hostages, or easy access to people who can not easily defend themselves is almost immediate. Maybe it should have just been built right next to an elementary school while we were at it! Maybe the location on one of our major corridors was to make sure that no one leaving our town could possibly miss it. The thought that we would consider housing violent offenders in this location gives me chills. [Pam Tricamo]
3) No. We have enough of prisons. Time to better monitor those
on less violent crime and do better house arrest systems. Prisons are the best business in
the USA. We have the most imprisoned people in the world. Eric Wolfe