Mt. Lebanon elects new leadersPublished Jan 8, 2013 at 11:12 am (Updated Jan 8, 2013 at 11:12 am)
Newly elected Mt. Lebanon Commission Vice President Kristen Linfante, and Mt. Lebanon Commission President Matt Kluck congratulate each other after the Jan. 7 organization meeting.
Mt. Lebanon commissioners nominated and elected a new president for 2013 at the Jan. 7 organization meeting.
Matt Kluck, a Mt. Lebanon resident for 55 years, replaces Dave Brumfield as commission president. Brumfield remains on the commission board. Commissioners also nominated and elected Kristen Linfante as commission vice president. Kluck, who represents Ward 2, has been on the commission since 2010 and Linfante, who represents Ward 3, has been a commissioner since 2012.
“I look forward to serving as president and my main objective is to get all of us to work in a unified manner to make Mt. Lebanon the best place we can,” Kluck said after the organization meeting. “I’m not big on personal agendas.”
Commissioners were also appointed as representatives for intergovernmental organizations. Brumfield and Linfante will serve as representatives for the South Hills Area Council of Governments, commissioner John Bendel will serve as representative for the Allegheny League of Municipalities, Linfante and Kluck will serve as representatives for the Outreach Board, Linfante and Bendel will serve as representatives for the Mt. Lebanon Partnership, Kluck will serve as representative for Mt. Lebanon Village, commissioner Kelly Fraasch will serve as liaison to the Mt. Lebanon School District, Linfante and Brumfield will serve as representatives for the Congress of Neighboring Communities and Kluck will serve as representative to both the 3 Rivers Wet Weather environmental group and the Historical Society of Mount Lebanon.