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Millcreek Supervisor Elect Ready to be Sworn In

Groh won the election against three-term incumbent Joe Kujawa in November
January 1, 2014


A new Millcreek supervisor will be sworn in Monday, and that means changes are coming to the township. John Groh is replacing Joe Kujawa who wrapped up 18 years as supervisor early this week. Groh won the election against three-term incumbent Joe Kujawa in November. Groh says he will undoubtedly face challenges in his new role, but isn't going in with a slash and burn approach, but he does want to watch spending. Supervisor Brian McGrath says it'll also be a change for the supervisors to have a new addition, but he feels Groh is ready. John Groh admits he's a bit nervous about the change and it will take some getting used to as he takes the hot seat at meetings, but is looking forward to feedback from residents.
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