Board & Meeting Schedule

LCSWMA’s Board of Directors meet on the 3rd Friday of each month, starting at 7:30am. Meetings are normally held at the Main Office, located at 1299 Harrisburg Pike in Lancaster.

Meetings may be cancelled when there is minimal business for the Board. Additionally, the time or location of meetings may change depending on current circumstances.

2024 Meeting Schedule:

2023 Meeting Schedule:

2022 Meeting Schedule:

2021 Meeting Schedule:

For documents not listed online, contact LCSWMA’s Open Records Officer.

Upcoming Meetings Not Involving the Board of Directors:   No meetings scheduled at this time

  • Daniel Becker, Treasurer

    Mr. Becker is the founder and owner of Becker Engineering, LLC, a Lancaster-based consulting engineering firm serving municipal water and sewer authorities as well as local municipalities. A member of LCSWMA’s Citizens Advisory Committee for more than a decade, Mr. Becker held roles including Chair and Vice Chair during his tenure. He has extensive experience serving authorities that provide environmental infrastructure and other community services across the Commonwealth. A longtime member of the Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association, Mr. Becker has served as the organization’s President, Vice President, Conference Committee Chairman, Region 4 Director, and currently serves as a Trustee on the Association’s Unemployment Compensation Trust program. He joined the East Cocalico Township Authority Board in January 1996 and has been acting as the Authority Chairman since 2007. Mr. Becker is a member of the Pennsylvania Water Environment Association, Water Environment Federation, Eastern Pennsylvania Water Pollution Control Operators Association, and a voting member of the local regional Intermunicipal Group. Mr. Becker is a Licensed Professional Engineer in the states of Pennsylvania and New York and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University. He is a resident of Reinholds, Lancaster County.

  • John Blowers, Vice Chair

    Mr. Blowers was appointed to the Board of Directors in 2021. He is the Chief Operating Officer for Martin’s Flooring, Inc., serving as the senior executive responsible for profit and loss (P&L) management reporting. Mr. Blowers also serves as a Township Supervisor in East Lampeter Township; a position he has held since 2012. From 2014 – 2016, Mr. Blowers chaired the Board of Supervisors. He is a past chairman of the Lancaster InterMunicipal Committee, as well as a past member of the Lancaster County Planning Commission. Mr. Blowers has been involved with a variety of community organizations, including St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church, the Hourglass Foundation, and the Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County. He holds a B.S. in Business Administration and Marketing from Bloomsburg University, as well as an M.A. in Political Science from Villanova University.

  • Michael Brubaker

    Mr. Brubaker, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Principled Strategies, a consulting and advisory services company which he founded alongside his son, Chris Brubaker, was appointed to the LCSWMA Board of Directors in 2015. He has extensive international business experience in addition to meaningful relationships at the local, state, and federal levels. Mr. Brubaker is a former State Senator (2006-2014); and during his tenure he chaired the Senate Finance Committee and the International Relations Committee within the Council of State Governments organization as well as served on the Transition Teams for four Pennsylvania Governors from both political parties. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Agronomy from West Virginia University, is a graduate of the Program for Emerging Political Leaders from the University of Virginia Darden School of Business as well as the Pennsylvania Rural Leadership Program from Pennsylvania State University. Mr. Brubaker is a Toll Fellow and was recently awarded the 2020 Professional Fellows Alumni Impact Award from the US Department of State. Mr. Brubaker has numerous professional affiliations. He serves as Co-Chair of Lancaster County Hunger Coalition Initiative and is a Board Member of the following organizations: Lancaster Career and Technology Foundation, the LG / Penn Health Finance and Audit Committee, Donegal Mutual Insurance Company, PEDFA (PA Economic Development and Finance Authority), The Chesapeake Conservancy, and more.

  • Joseph Deerin

    Mr. Deerin was appointed to the Board of Directors in 2012. He began his career in 1990 as a sales associate for LMS Commercial Real Estate, a company started by his father. In 1991, Mr. Deerin went to work for JMB Retail Properties Co. as the General Manager/Property Manager of shopping malls and mixed-use developments. He returned to Lancaster in July 1996 and became an Owner, President, Broker of Record and Senior Property Manager for Property Management Alternatives, Inc. dba LMS Commercial Real Estate. In January 2015, Mr. Deerin and his sister, Donna, sold Property Management Alternatives, Inc. and founded Deerin Companies. He is actively engaged in asset management of the Deerin portfolio of properties. Mr. Deerin has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Denison University and a Master of Science in Real Estate Development from Johns Hopkins University. He holds a Real Estate Brokers License in PA, MD, DE, and WV.

  • Steve Dzurik

    Mr. Dzurik was appointed to the Board of Directors in 2012. He is an Area President for Gallagher and is responsible for the Mid-Atlantic Construction Practice. The Construction Practice is a niche within Gallagher focusing on the acquisition, growth, and service of construction and real estate clients. Mr. Dzurik works to build customized solutions to assist clients in achieving their business goals and risk management objectives. He has experience with all sizes and types of general construction, specialty construction, and real estate development firms. Mr. Dzurik is a graduate of Oral Roberts University with a BS in Chemistry, and a graduate of Regent University with a Juris Doctor. He is currently a licensed Pennsylvania Attorney. Mr. Dzurik is a member of both the Delaware Contractors Association and Washington Building Congress and previously served on the board for the Keystone Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors.

  • Jacquelin Eby

    Ms. Eby is the co-founder and owner of Versatek Enterprises, LLC, a Lititz-based custom contract manufacturer. Prior to her current role as President and CEO of Versatek, Ms. Eby served as the company’s Chief Financial Officer and has more than 30 years of experience in public and private market accounting. Ms. Eby has a passion for serving the Lancaster County community and has held a position on the EDC Finance Corporation Board for more than six years and serves as a member of the Women’s President Organization. She sat on the Milagro House Board between 2016 and 2022 holding positions on the Executive Board and as Treasurer and Finance Chair. A resident of East Lampeter, Ms. Eby earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the State University of New York at Geneseo. As majority owner of OakFront Limited Partnership, she also owns OakFront Holding, Inc., and JKE Properties, all of Lititz, Pa.

  • George Rettew Jr., Chair

    Mr. Rettew was appointed to the board of directors in 2017. He retired as Chairman of Rettew Associates Inc in 2018. He is a proponent of business excellence and spent many years implementing business excellence principles during his leadership at Rettew Associates Inc. Mr. Rettew served as Chairman of the board of the Lancaster Chamber. He is a former board member of the South-Central Assembly for Effective Governance and the Smart Growth Coalition of Lancaster County, for which he was a founding member. He was also a former member of the board of the Lancaster County Conservancy, the Lancaster County Home Builders Association, and the Pennsylvania Builders Association. He served as chapter president and board member of the American Council of Engineering Companies of Pennsylvania and was a member of several state and national professional engineering associations. He is a current member of the Advisory Board of the Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology.

  • J. Scott Ulrich, Secretary

    Mr. Ulrich was appointed to the Board of Directors in 2011. He is a retired Certified General Real Estate Appraiser in the state of Pennsylvania with over 40 years of appraisal experience specializing in commercial, industrial, and complex residential real estate appraisals. He has taken numerous appraisal education classes throughout his career. Scott has been active in several local organizations and committees over the years. He is a past president of the Lancaster County Association of Realtors and a past member of the Board of Directors of the Building Industry Association of Lancaster County. Scott is also a past member of the Lancaster County Planning Commission and Manor Township Zoning Hearing Board. He currently serves on the Lancaster County Board of Assessment Appeals and is a long-time member and past president of AMBUCS. Scott holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from Penn State University with a major in Real Estate. Scott has taught Real Estate and Appraisal courses for the Lancaster County Association of Realtors, Real Estate School, and Penn State University.

  • Karen Weibel

    Ms. Weibel was appointed to the Board of Directors in 2009 and has served in several leadership positions. Prior to joining the Board, Ms. Weibel was a member of LCSWMA’s Citizens Advisory Committee. She has served in both elected and appointed positions in the Borough of Lititz for more than 25 years. She has been a member of the Steering Committee of the Lititz-Warwick Joint Strategic Comprehensive Plan since its 1998 inception. She has also served on numerous Lancaster County Planning Commission committees. An advocate for adult literacy, Ms. Weibel has been active with The Literacy Council of Lancaster-Lebanon for over two decades, serving as tutor, Board member, and advisor. She served on the Board of the Lancaster Housing Opportunity Partnership and continues as a member of its Coalition for Sustainable Housing. A graduate of the Lancaster County Master Planner course and Leadership Lancaster, Karen earned a BFA from the University of Rhode Island.