Sharpsburg council formally approves contract with consulting enterprise founder
Sharpsburg officers took a public vote April 9 to rent Jason Dailey and his firm, Dailey Operation Consulting, for non permanent administration and managerial companies after first voting to rent him in February throughout a closed-door assembly, a potential violation of the state’s Sunshine Legislation.
The legislation requires that each one votes by a authorities physique happen in open session earlier than the general public, in response to Melissa Melewsky, media legislation counsel for the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Affiliation
Melewsky stated the closed-door vote may have violated of the state’s Sunshine Act, however that ratifying a hiring at a public session is a standard means companies rectify the problem.
Sharpsburg Council’s vote April 9 occurred greater than two weeks after Dailey was first launched by council because the borough’s interim supervisor.
Council didn’t acknowledge the potential Sunshine Act violation throughout or after its April 9 assembly.
The vote was unanimous with all council members in attendance.
Borough Solicitor Matt Kalina and council President Adrianne Laing declined to remark.
Dailey stated he’s on a month-to-month contract with the borough with compensation to not exceed $6,500 per thirty days.
He’ll help in day-to-day operations in addition to with the seek for a brand new borough supervisor. There’s a clause in his contract through which both celebration may give a 30-day discover earlier than terminating the contract.
The council’s purpose is to have a brand new supervisor appointed to the full-time administrative job inside eight months.
“Managing a really lively borough goes to be, I believe, very interesting to somebody,” Dailey stated after the April 9 assembly. He additionally thanked council for its assist.
Dailey, 47, is the founding father of a consulting enterprise and is a winter upkeep teacher with the Pennsylvania State Affiliation of Boroughs.
He served as Cranberry Township’s public works director for almost 14 years and a bit of over a 12 months as its utilities director. Dailey additionally labored as Crescent Township’s supervisor from 2000 to 2004 and West Deer’s supervisor from 2004 to 2008.
Dailey was employed following former borough Supervisor Invoice Rossey’s sudden retirement Feb. 24. Rossey stated he was stepping down for private and medical causes.
Michael DiVittorio is a Tribune-Overview employees author. You may contact Michael at 412-871-2367, [email protected] or through Twitter .