Township of DuBois/Sandy. Consolidation Joint Board Approves Elected Officials Preliminary Transition Plan | News
DuBOIS — The joint DuBois/Sandy Township commission unanimously approved a draft transition plan for elected officials at their meeting Monday.
Township manager Shawn Arbaugh, who is also chair of the administrative subcommittee, said the group met and discussed a transition plan.
“It was approved by the nine-member committee for presentation to the 10-person joint board,” Arbaugh said. “This transition plan provides for the election of all elected officials in November 2025, three for a four-year term, three for a two-year term, a mayor for a four-year term, a treasurer for a four-year term. and a comptroller for a two-year term, that’s our recommendation.
At the next joint council meeting, Arbaugh said subcommittee members hoped to have additional information for the council and how the actual election process would unfold. He said the DuBois/Sandy Consolidation Committee will discuss this particular topic at its meeting on Wednesday.
The elected officials will be sworn in in January 2026.
The Joint Council also approved the payment of three invoices, including:
- Nupp Printing Ordinance Books for a total cost of $401.85, which will be split equally between DuBois and Sandy Township.
- Consultant Eckert Seamans for services through January 31, 2022, at a cost of $10,500.75, which will be split equally between the city and the township.
- Consultant Eckert Seamans for services through February 28, 2022, at a cost of $17,781.95, which will be split equally between the city and the township.