Wayne Township governmental structure consists of a board of three elected supervisors who take considerations from a number of advisory boards. All residents are welcome to become involved in these advisory boards, whether through membership on a board or by providing feedback. The issues that are discussed have a direct impact on the lives of all residents and require participation to work effectively. More information on what these boards do, when they meet, and minutes for their meetings are located on this page.
Date of Next Township Meeting: July 15, 2019
2019-2020 legislative session begins — The 2019-2020 session of the General Assembly convened on January 1 and committee chairs have been appointed. Legislation is being introduced for the new session and committee assignments are expected to be available soon, after which the committees will organize. Governor Tom Wolf was sworn into office for his second term on January 15. Wolf will hold his budget address on February 5, 2019.
Special elections scheduled — The dates for special elections to address vacancies in the General Assembly were recently announced. The special elections for State Representative for the 114th District (Lackawanna County) and for the 190th District (Philadelphia) are set for March 12. In addition, the special election for State Senator for the 37th District (Allegheny and Washington Counties) will be held April 2. U.S. Congressman Tom Marino resigned from his Congressional seat in January. The special election for his seat will be held on May 21, 2019 which is the date for the Primary Election.