The Voter Registrar processes all applications (PDF) and voter registration changes (PDF) received through the U.S. Mail, office applications, and reports generated from the Department of Transportation through the Department of State in batches delivered electronically via a Pennsylvania database called (SURE) Statewide Uniform Registry of Electors. The SURE system is assisted by (HAVA) Help America Vote Act adopted by Congress in 2002.
The Northwest Commission Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) dedicates this 2050 Long-Range Transportation Plan to Dan Glotz, TAC Chairman. Dan retired from the TAC in November 2023 after serving as its chairman for 23 years.
The commission expresses its gratitude for Dan’s dedicated service and leadership to the region. He guided the Northwest Rural Planning Organization (RPO) through many transportation initiatives over the years, from the initial implementation of TEA-21 and improvements to transportation security in the aftermath of 9/11, to the modern-day provisions of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. Dan’s role as Director of Planning and Zoning for Warren County was foundational to his expertise and commitment to improving transportation in our region. He has been an ardent advocate for healthy lifestyles and walking and bicycling, and improving regional mobility and connections to the national Interstate system. His steady leadership and influence has inspired a new generation of leaders on the TAC, as Zach Norwood of Crawford County will be carrying on the mantle beginning in 2024.
While we will miss Dan’s leadership as TAC chairman, we are confident he will continue to be an advocate for improving the region’s transportation system through his new role as Warren County Commissioner.
Thank you, Dan, for your many years of faithful service to the Northwest RPO.
Jill Foys, Executive Director
Northwest PA Regional Planning & Development Commission
Warren County Begins Reassessment
In a unanimous decision in January, the Warren County Commissioners approved a contract with Vision Government Solutions to conduct a full reassessment of all properties within Warren County. The comprehensive project will begin in spring 2023, with properties being valued as of January 1, 2025, and the new values becoming effective to levy real property taxes starting in 2026. Read the news article: https://warrencountypa.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=41