BOROUGH OF WYOMISSING BOROUGH MANAGER

PAT BRANDENBURG

Please be assured that, along with the Borough Council and Borough Staff, I will be working hard to make sure we are focused on ensuring efficiency and fiscal responsibility and that we are always striving to ensure that our residents continue to enjoy the high quality of life the Borough of Wyomissing has provided for residents for so many years.

If you have any questions, suggestions, or concerns, or if there is anything that the Borough staff or I can do to assist you with any issues now or in the future, please feel free to email me at pbrandenburg@wyomissingboro.org or call the Borough Office at 610-376-7481.


BOROUGH OF WYOMISSING COUNCIL

The function of Wyomissing Borough Council is to orchestrate the many vital organizations within the Borough. They are a body of officials elected by the voters of the Borough of Wyomissing.

The Council meets on the second Tuesday of each month to review the minutes and recommendations of the several boards, committees and commissions. Council addresses matters brought to its attention by the Borough Manager, as well as matters brought to its attention by the Mayor or members of Council for discussion and/or action.

BOROUGH COUNCIL CONTACTS

Frederick C. Levering, Mayor
Thomas M. Moll, President
Thomas M. Bausher, 1st V.P.
John C. Woodward, 2nd V.P.
Stephen D. Brunner
William S. Jenckes
Keith L. Derr
Jody W. Menon
flevering@wyopd.org
tmoll@wyopd.org
tbausher@wyopd.org
jwoodward@wyopd.org
sbrunner@wyopd.org
wjenckes@wyopd.org
kderr@wyopd.org
jmenon@wyopd.org

 

Seated from left to right: William S. Jenckes, Council 1st Vice President Thomas M. Bausher, Jody W. Menon, and Mayor Frederick C. Levering.
Standing from left to right: Borough Manager Pat Brandenburg, Keith L. Derr, Stephen D. Brunner, Council President Thomas M. Moll, and Council 2nd Vice President John C. Woodward.


  • Civil Service Commission

    The Civil Service Commission’s function is to prescribe, amend and enforce rules and regulations for the examination for positions in the Police and Fire Departments and for promotions, which rules and regulations shall prescribe the minimum qualifications of all applicants to be examined and the passing grades. The Commission prepares and posts the final list of eligible candidates for the vacant position(s) for Borough Council action. The Commission consists of three residents. Members serve a six-year term and are appointed by Borough Council. The Borough Manager and Chief of Police serve as Borough representatives on the Commission. The Commission meets as necessary at Borough Hall.
    CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
    Jody Menon: 7/1/2022
    Corey Jones: 7/1/2021
    Jeremiah Sensenig: 7/1/2023

  • Economic Development Committee

    The Economic Development Committee was formed in 2008 and consists of members of Borough Council and staff as well as Borough residents.  The Committee encourages new business as well as helping current businesses in the Borough to thrive. The Economic Development Committee meets the last Thursday of each month at 8:00 a.m. at the Borough Hall.
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
    John Woodward, Chair: 12/31/2020
    David Y. Bausher: 12/31/2020
    Frederick C. Levering: 12/31/2020
    Keith L. Derr: 12/31/2020
    William S. Jenckes: 12/31/2020
  • Finance and Administration Committee

    The Finance and Administration Committee’s function is to make recommendations to Borough Council concerning financial and administrative matters. The Committee’s primary function is to prepare and review the budget for adoption by Borough Council.The Committee consists of five members, two of whom shall be members of Borough Council, the Borough Treasurer, the Assistant Treasurer, and one Borough resident.  Members serve a one-year term and are appointed by Borough Council. The Borough Manager, Secretary and Business Manager serve as Borough representatives on the Committee. The Finance and Administration Committee meets the Thursday preceding Council meeting at 8:00 a.m. at the Borough Hall.
    FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE
    Keith L. Derr, Vice Chair: 12/31/2020
    Gregory L. Portner: 12/31/2020
    Thomas M. Moll:  12/31/2020
    John H. Gallen, Jr.: 12/31/2020
    Stephen D. Brunner, Chair: 12/31/2020

    Paul W. Brass (Asst. Treasurer-non-voting member): 12/31/2020

  • Fire and Police Committee

    The Fire and Police Committee is responsible to Borough Council and reviews all police and fire related matters as directed by Council. The Committee consists of five (5) persons; four members of Council and the Mayor. The Fire Commissioner, Police Chief and Borough Manager are staff level representatives. Members are appointed annually by the Borough Council. The Fire and Police Committee meets quarterly on the last Monday of each month at 12:00pm, except there is no meeting in December.
    FIRE AND POLICE COMMITTEE
    William S. Jenckes, Chair:  12/31/2020
    Thomas M. Moll: 12/31/2020
    Thomas M. Bausher: 12/31/2020
    John C. Woodward (alternate):  12/31/2020
    Frederick C. Levering: 12/31/2020
    Keith L. Derr: 12/31/2020

  • Infrastructure Committee

    The Infrastructure Committee is responsible to Borough Council and reviews and recommends action regarding; curb, sidewalks, storm sewers, drainage, sanitary sewers, water, streets, street lighting, or any infrastructure matter. The Committee acts as a liaison between Borough Council and the Borough’s maintenance, park and shade tree employees.The Committee consists of four members, three of whom shall be members of Borough Council, with the fourth member a resident of the Borough. Members are appointed annually by the Borough Council. The Infrastructure Committee meets monthly on the third Monday of the month at the Borough Hall at 3:00 PM.
    INFRASTRUCTURE COMMITTEE
    Thomas M. Bausher, Chair: 12/31/2020
    Paul W. Brass: 12/31/2020
    Stephen D. Brunner:  12/31/2020
    John C. Woodward: 12/31/2020
    Thomas M. Moll: 12/31/2020


  • Park and Shade Tree Commission

    The Borough Park and Shade Tree Commission’s function is to make recommendations to Borough Council concerning the development of existing and all subsequently acquired land within its jurisdiction and which shall become part of the park system. It also makes recommendations as to development, formulation, implementation and pursuit of an ongoing plan and program of maintenance of the park system including, but not limited to, areas of native vegetation, waters, fields, vistas, paths, trails, flora, and trees in their natural state. The Commission consists of nine members, one of whom shall be a member of Borough Council, with the remaining members being Borough residents. Members serve a four year term and are appointed by Borough Council. The Borough Manager, Public Works, Property Manager and Recreation Director serve as Borough representatives on the Commission. 
    PARK AND SHADE TREE COMMISSION
    Nat LeGrande, Chair: 12/31/2020
    Geoffrey Stoudt: 12/31/2021
    Gerry Gobright: 12/31/2020
    Larry Walksky: 12/31/2021
    William S. Jenckes:  12/31/2023
    Jenne Kimball: 12/31/2023
    Catharine Lentz: 12/31/2023
    Steve Buynovsky (alternate):  12/31/2023
    Barbara H. Reeser (alternate): 12/31/2023

  • Planning Commission

    The Borough Planning Commission’s function is to prepare and present to Borough Council the Zoning Ordinance and make recommendations or proposed amendments thereto. An additional function of the Planning Commission is the prepare, recommend, and administer the Borough Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance, and such other ordinances and regulations governing the development of the land. The Commission consists of seven members, two of whom may also be on Borough Council, but currently all are Borough residents. Members serve a four year term and are appointed by Borough Council. The Borough Manager, Code Enforcement Officer and Borough Consulting Engineer serve as Borough representatives on the Commission.The Planning Commission meets on the first Monday of the month at 3:30 P.M. at Borough Hall with exception of certain dates that fall on a Borough holiday.
    PLANNING COMMISSION MEMBERS
    Paul W. Brass:  12/31/2021
    Michael C. Herr:  12/31/2021
    John C. Woodward, Chair:  12/31/2020
    Eric Ostimchuk: 12/31/2023
    Ronald C. Stanko: 12/31/2021
    Robert M. Keith: 12/31/2022
    Rick Weinhoffer: 12/31/2021

  • Recreation Board

    The Recreation Board is responsible for supervising and maintaining all recreation areas and facilities in the Borough. In addition, the Board oversees all programs at the playground, pool and tennis courts. The annual Easter Egg Hunt, Earth Day, Fishing Rodeo, Concerts in the Park, Memorial Day Parade, Fourth of July Parade and the Lighting of the Greens are sponsored by the Recreation Board. The Board consists of nine members, and one is a member of the Borough Council. Members serve a five-year term and are appointed by Borough Council. The Parks and Recreation Director and Borough Manager serve as Borough representatives on the Board. The Recreation Board meets on the third Tuesday of the month at 7:00 P.M. at Borough Hall.
    RECREATION BOARD
    Eric Esterbrook: 12/31/2021, President
    Stephen D. Brunner: 12/31/2024
    Eric Donahue: 12/31/2024
    Sally Donato: 12/31/2022
    Angela Duen: 12/31/2023
    Kate Fanning: 12/31/2022
    Peter Beck: 12/31/2022
    Randy Weidner: 12/31/2020
    Morgan Welliver, Student Representative
    (no term)

    Thomas Foster, Student Representative
    (no term)

    Natalie Loeb (Alternate): 12/31/2023
    Andrea Boerger (Alternate): 12/31/2023

    Sally McAvoy (Alternate): 12/31/2023

  • Refuse and Recycling Committee

    The Refuse & Recycling Committee makes recommendation on how best to handle, what is commonly called, “trash”.  The Borough has developed an extensive refuse and recycling program for the Borough.
    REFUSE AND RECYCLING COMMITTEE
    William S. Jenckes, Chair: 12/31/2020
    Mary Ann Reardon: 12/31/2020
    Eric M. Donahue: 12/31/2020
    Keith L. Derr:  12/31/2020
    Jody W. Menon:  12/31/2020

  • Zoning Hearing Board

    The Zoning Hearing Board has those functions authorized in the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code, as amended. The Board’s primary function is to conduct public hearings and make decisions as to granting or denying variances and/or special exceptions from the terms of the Borough of Wyomissing Zoning Ordinance. The Board consists of three Borough residents. Members serve a three year term and are appointed by Borough Council. The Zoning Officer serves as the Zoning Secretary as well as the Borough representative on the Board. The Board also retains a Zoning Hearing Board Solicitor. The Zoning Hearing Board meets as necessary at Borough Hall.
    ZONING HEARING BOARD
    David D. Rothermel, Chair: 12/31/2021
    Robert T. Ullman: 12/31/2020
    Najila A. Bathish: 12/31/2022
    Larry Logero (Alternate): 12/31/2020