Commissioners Holding Off On Making Any Big Decisions Until January

The Beaver County Commissioners say they plan to hold off on making any big decisions until the new board of commissioners takes office in January. Republicans Sandie Egley and Dan Camp won election earlier this month to become the first GOP majority to control the county in 60 years. They ousted Republican commissioner Dennis Nichols in the primary and then defeated Democratic commissioner Joe Spanik in the general election and will serve with current commissioners chairman Tony Amadio, a Democrat, come January. Amadio tells Beaver County Radio’s Pat Septak that the current board of commissioners wants to avoid the risk of having their decisions or votes challenged or overturned by the new board come January.

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