- Boards & Commissions
- Municipal Authority
- 6:30 pm
- 3rd Tuesday of every month
- City Hall
2800 Bethel Street
Lower Burrell, PA 15068
The Municipal Authority Board of Directors welcomes all residents to attend monthly meetings.
Meeting Minutes are available following approval.
- Kevin Lettrich, Chairman
- Terry Anderson, Vice Chairman
- George Adda, Secretary
- Jennifer Bayer, Treasurer
- Robert Polczynski, Assistant Secretary/Treasurer
- Charles West, Advisor
- John Andrejcik, Mayor
- Robert B. Liotta, Esq., Solicitor
The City of Lower Burrell Municipal Authority's mission is to develop and implement comprehensive official plans that provide for the resolution of existing sewage disposal problems, provide for the future sewage disposal needs of new land development; and provide for future sewage disposal needs of the City of Lower Burrell.
Long Term Control Plan
Currently, the Municipal Authority Board of Directors are anticipating the approval of the Long Term Control Plan (LTCP) in response to the Administrative Order for Compliance on Consent (AOC). This is a legal order from the Department of Environmental Protection Agency where all users of the New Kensington Sanitary Authority are required to improve their sewage systems and prevent or severely limit any sewage spilling into the Allegheny River during heavy rain events.
In the interim, the board continues to work toward the LTCP to begin improving the sewer architecture. To date, the Board of Directors, Alpha Engineering, and the Public Works Department continues to identify and prioritize specific inflow and infiltration (I&I) by replacing existing pipe sections and manholes, line (cured-in-place) pipe sections and ensure manholes are kept sealed.
Lower Burrell Municipal Authority Meets New Kensington Municipal Sanitary Authority
On Friday, July 10, 2015, the Board of Directors toured the Municipal Sanitary Authority of the City New Kensington. The tour began with a presentation by Hatch Mott MacDonald's Principal Engineer Kemal Niksic and Project Engineer Chris Henry. The presentation covered the history, existing treatment process and operations, and the Municipal Sanitary Authority's proposed upgrades. The physical tour was led by Kemal Niksic, Chris Henry, Daniel Rowe, Jr. and John Bonk. The Board of Directors are grateful for this opportunity and extends their appreciations to:
- Kemal Niksic, PE, Hatch Mott MacDonald
- Chris Henry, Project Engineer, Hatch Mott MacDonald
- Daniel Rowe, Jr., General Manager, Municipal Authority of the City of New Kensington
- John Bonk, Operations Manager, Municipal Authority of the City of New Kensington
Pictured, from left to right:
- George Adda
- Jennifer Bayer
- Kevin Lettrich
- Terry Anderson
- Jennifer Pelegrinelli
- Robert Liotta
- Kemal Niksic
- Daniel Rowe, Jr.
- John Bonk