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PCI Attended Spring Tradeshows

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Left, Dennis R. Peters, owner of PCI manning the booth at the PSAB Conference.

PSAB ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Peters Consultants, Inc. once again participated as an exhibitor in the 2012 Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs Conference April 20th and 30th.

The conference provides elected officials and municipal engineers and code officials with training and an opportunity to meet and speak with Exhibitors that want to provide services and products to their boroughs. The key note speaker was Actor and Philanthropist Richard Dreyfuss, Speaking about his Civics Initiative.

The Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs represents 2.6 million Pennsylvanians in 958 boroughs and the more than 12,000 elected officials who serve their constituents.   The Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs, one of the largest and oldest municipal organizations in the nation, is a nonpartisan, nonprofit association operated by the boroughs of the Commonwealth to promote practical, effective and economical local government and to strengthen the prerogatives of local self-government.  The purpose of the Association is the improvement of local government through cooperative effort.  Please visit their website to learn more –  www.boroughs.org.

PSATS ANNUAL EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE AND TRADE SHOW

Peters Consultants, Inc. also participated as an exhibitor 101st Annual in the 90th Annual Educational Conference and Tradeshow of the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors May 6-9 at the Hershey Lodge.

More than 4,000 township officials, exhibitors and guests participated.  The conference provides township official and municipal engineers and code officials with information, services and products to help them better server the constituents and gives them an opportunity exchange ideas on important local issues.   Heading the list of notable speakers was Governor Tom Corbett.

The Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors has been serving the state’s 1,455 townships of the second class since 1921.  Townships of the second class represent more residents – 5.5 million Pennsylvanians – more than any other type of political subdivision in the commonwealth.   Please visit their website to learn more – www.psats.org.

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