Administration and Finance
Standing: David N. Lodovico, Jr., Director of Fiscal and Administrative Services, Mark O'Donnell, Chief of Police, Robert Brozovich, Director of Parks and Recreation and Raymond Yerkey, Director of Support Operations
Mr. Robert T. Grimm
Mr. David N. Lodovico
Director of Fiscal and Administrative Services
The Township has opted to have a full time Township Manager who is appointed by the Board of Supervisors and is responsible overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Township. The Manager is responsible for implementing all policy decisions of the Board and general supervision of all township employees and develops plans and procedures for Township operations. The preparation of the Township budget is the responsibility of the Township Manager and is adopted by the Supervisors in December of each year. The budget is available for review by clicking the link below.
Mr. Grimm has served as the Township Manager since 1998.
In order to ensure that appropriate checks and balances are in place as they relate to the tax money we receive, the Township created its Finance Department in 2011. The Finance Department oversees the overall financial condition of the Township. The staff is responsible for Sewer and Trash Billing, Accounting functions, Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable as well as all financial reporting. The Department is also responsible for completing a number of state reports as well as assistance to the manager for preparation of the annual budget.
An audit is performed annually by a Certified Public Accounting Firm. The audit report is normally available to the public in the late spring or early summer. You can click on the link below to view the latest completed audits. The State also conducts audits of the Township’s Liquid Fuels Fund and Pension Funds on a periodic basis. Any recommendations from these audits are incorporated into the Finance Department’s processes and procedures.
Mr. Lodovico was hired in 2011 as the 1st Director of Fiscal and Administrative Services.
2014 Proposed Budget
OPEN RECORDS REQUESTS
The Township Manager also serves as the Township’s Open Records Officer. The purpose of this policy is to assure compliance with the Pennsylvania Right-to-Know Law, 65 P.S. § 66.1 et seq., as amended by Act 3 of 2008, to provide access to public records of North Fayette Township, to preserve the integrity of Township records, and to minimize the financial impact to the residents of the Township regarding the resources utilized in the receipt and processing of public record requests and the retrieval and copying of public records. Those people seeking information that may be found in township records should review the policy and complete an Open Record Request.