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A Township Resident is Tredyffrin's New Township Manager

From Bridgeport Borough Manager to Tredyffrin Township Manager ... Billl Martin.

Although there were only 9 residents at tonight’s Board of Supervisors meeting there is significant news to report.  Chair Michelle Kichline reported that the township has hired Bill Martin as Tredyffrin’s new township manager, effective November 17. 

Martin comes to Tredyffrin Township from Bridgeport where he has served as their Borough Manager since September 2011. Martin started his career in Nassau County (New York) as a Legislative Assistant.  In 2001, he focused his career in local government with Radnor Township, serving as Assistant Finance Director.  For the ten years he was in Radnor, Martin served in many different capacities from Acting Finance Director, Right to Know Officer, Assistant Emergency Management Coordinator, Director of Administrative Services, Interim Director of Community Development, and Assistant Township Manager to Acting Township Manger.  He left Radnor Township to become Bridgeport Borough Manager last year. Martin received a BA and MBA from Villanova University and here’s the best part … he is a Tredyffrin Township resident! 

Martin could be Tredyffrin's first township manager to live in the township, which I for one think should always be a requirement!

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Cheryl Graff Tumola October 16, 2012 at 04:08 PM
I am so pleased that Tredyffrin Township has chosen Bill Martin. He is an excellent choice!
david amsterdam October 19, 2012 at 01:11 AM
Bill is a fabulous choice and will be a huge asset to our township!

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