Local Resident Nominated to County Transit Authority Board


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By Chris Lash

Following controversy and the regsignation of the County Transit Authority Board, both the Erie County Executive Director Kathy Dahlkemper, and Erie Mayor Joe Schember reviewed around 60 new candidates, and announced earlier this week their choices to replace the entire board. One of the 9 appointees is Dave Robinson of Union Township. Robison is the Executive Director of the Union City Family Support Center, who was appointed by Dalhkemper.

Schember and Dahlkemper appoint the EMTA board’s members. Five members are appointed by Schember and the remaining four by Dahlkemper, with approval needed from Erie City Council and Erie County Council, respectively. However as of several days ago Erie City Council is asking for the panel to hold off approving the board positions, because of questions about whether two current EMTA board members have official resigned.

According to the Erie Times News, five of councils seven members would have to agree to a table, which would postpone any vote on Schember’s appointments. Having Robinson with a seat at the table is really good news for this district in Erie County. “Its important for EMTA to have representation from our area of the county. I know first hand the struggles that area folks have when it comes to transportation and I see this as an opportunity to make the transportation system in Erie County work for everyone in Erie County.” said Robinson.