PCI participated by exhibiting at the Luzerne, Bradford, Columbia and Union County’s Township Officials Annual Conferences from August – October. Every county in Pennsylvania (except Philadelphia, which has no townships) has formed a county association of township officials. Members of these county associations meet regularly to discuss issues of local and regional importance. The conferences typically include training opportunities, guest speakers from the state and local level, and exhibits by vendors hoping to do business with local municipalities.
Mike Cymbala joined PCI as a surveyor and AutoCAD drafter. Mike was a designer/CNC operator at Universal Forest Products in Gordon, PA for the last 2 years. Prior to that he worked for ProDesign Plus where he received 7 years of experience in land development, storm water, surveying and has been a sewage enforcement officer since 2007. He looks forward to learning more about PCI and furthering his experience and contributing to the continued success of PCI.
Amanda Mirabile, a junior at Bloomsburg University, majoring in Marketing joined PCI as the new administrative assistant in the Bloomsburg office. She is actively involved on campus as a member of the many business clubs and associations and is a member of the dance ensemble as well. She looks forward to learning about the company and helping to create databases to more easily access and sort information. After graduation, she hopes to work in the research and development field and would love to move south. However, for now, Bloomsburg is just fine with her.