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
Web site paid for by Jo Ellen Litz.
Court of Common Pleas: 400 S 8th St., Lebanon PA 17042
President Judge John C. Tylwalk (2009)
Judge Samuel A. Kline
Judge Brad Charles (1/2000)
Senior Judge Robert J. Eby
Judge Thomas G. Gates, deceased
Formal pictures of all the
judges hang on the wall of Court Room #1.
The primary mission of the 52nd Judicial District is to
provide access to, and justice for, all of the residents of Lebanon
Lebanon County was a one judge Judicial District until
1968. Thirteen years later, our third judgeship was added. Enormous
change has been experienced both in the type and quantity of matters
presented for disposition. For example, in 1997, the most recent year for
which complete statistics were available, the Court disposed of 43% more
criminal cases than in 1991. Further, data indicates the judges disposed
of 150% more cases during that same year than in 1981.
According to Judge Robert J. Eby, Lebanon County was rated
as number one of the Fifth Class Counties and number two for all of the
Counties of the Commonwealth for Statewide Jury Efficiency.
DISTRICT JUSTICES (Six Year Term)
|52-1-01 MARIE DISSINGER
(O) 502 State Dr., Lebanon 279-0300|
First, Second, Third, Sixth & Seventh Wards in the City of Lebanon (2005)
|52-2-01 THOMAS CAPELLO (O) 502 State Dr.,
Fourth, Fifth Eighth, Ninth &Tenth Wards in the City of Lebanon (2009)
|52-3-01 CHRISTINE R. HECK (O) 728 E.
Walnut St., Lebanon 272-3084|
Cornwall, Mt. Gretna, Myerstown, Richland Boroughs and Heidelburg,
South Lebanon & West Cornwall Townships (2005)
|52-3-03 KIM WOLFE
(O) Jonestown Borough Hall 865-6605|
Jonestown Borough, Bethel, North Lebanon, Swatara and West Lebanon
|52-3-04 MICHAEL D. SMITH (O) Cleona Boro
Hall, 138 W. Walnut St., Cleona, 273-0885|
Cleona Borough and Cold Spring, Annville, East Hanover, North Annville
and Union Townships (2009)
|52-3-05 LEE R.
LEHMAN (O) 325 S. Railroad St., Palmyra 838-8151|
Palmyra Borough, N Cornwall, N Londonderry, S Annville & S Londonderry