Jerry Andree, Township Manager

No level of government has more impact on daily life than local government. That’s why my colleagues and I at Cranberry Township are passionate about pushing the limits of excellence to provide the best possible services to our residents and customers. However, being well-served is not a passive achievement; it is a collective undertaking. Through this blog, we offer our personal reflections on that assignment. And we hope it will help engage you in joining us on that same collaborative mission.

Jan 08

[ARCHIVED] Supervisor Mazzoni loves libraries and they love him back

The original item was published from January 8, 2021 9:26 AM to January 8, 2021 9:28 AM

Bruce Mazzoni, who has served on Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors for the last three years, was just named “Public Official of the Year” by a statewide library organization in Harrisburg. It caught him by surprise – the result of a hush-hush nomination by the Cranberry Library’s board. Bruce is a long-time resident of our community who, along with his wife Conni, used to regularly bring their now-grown daughters to the library. That eventually led to an invitation to join the Library’s board, which, in turn, marked the start of Bruce’s amazing public service to the Township and ultimately to his election as a Township Supervisor. Although he had to step down from the Library board upon becoming a Supervisor, his support for the Library continued in a number of important ways, which included work with the County library board, advocacy for library projects, and his own personal generosity. So the recent award was a well-deserved honor. And it has been an honor for me and for everyone else on the Township’s staff to work with a Board made up of people who are so incredibly committed to the quality of life of our community. Way to go, Bruce!