People Above Politics
My Monthly Blog on the Lebanon Daily News
YouTube posts of Commissioner's and other
Action, Getting Results.
Lebanon PA 17046
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Thank you for your help and support
during this campaign. Your unwavering commitment is
the wind beneath my wings.
On election day, every vote matters. You
matter! And I can't win this race without you.
past four years, it has been an honor and a privilege to represent
all of the people of Lebanon County as your commissioner.
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Jo Ellen Litz
you for your support of my campaign, and for all that you do.
Sincerely, Jo Ellen
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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Treasurer: Richelle Whitman
American Business Women's Association
League of Women Voters
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County of Lebanon JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS
An Equal Opportunity Employer
|County Employees contact: Desiree, Personnel
Director, Room 207, Municipal Building, 400 S. 8th St., Lebanon PA 17042;
phone 274-2801, ext. 2202|
|Non-County Employees contact: Lebanon Area Job Center,
243 Schneider Dr., Lebanon PA 17042; phone 274-2554. Check out
or the South Central Employment Corporation
up-to-date information. This is 24 hour web access to 15,000 jobs at state
and federal job banks, labor-market data, government services, veterans'
employment services, and education and training programs. Employers can place
job orders, access resumes, screen and test applicants and receive technical
assistance. There is also a "job-match" system that give employers
self-service access to all job seekers in the database.
Unless specified otherwise, Lebanon County hours are 8:30AM to 4:30PM,
Monday through Friday and availability is immediately.
The County has a total of 1,040
employees. Of these 1,040 employees, 680 are
organized into seven bargaining units:
Association Control Center Operators are
represented by the Chocolate Workers Union #464. The EMA labor agreement
expires December 31, 2004.
The County Prison and County Home are governed by
separate labor agreements represented by the
American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees (AFSCME). The
County Home's labor agreement expires December 31, 2005.
The County Prison's labor agreement expires December 31,
Court Professionals, Social Services,
and Court Related employees are represented by Teamsters 429.
Their contracts expire 12/31/2004, 12/31/2004, and 12/31/2005 respectively.
County Detectives are represented by
the Detectives Association, and their contract expires 12/31/2004.
The board of Commissioners ratifies all labor agreements for
Job Evaluation Committee:
Jamie Wogelmuth, Michael Kristovensky, Edward Schlegel, and