About Us

SUMMARY OF ORGANIZATION AND BUSINESS

The LLVSA Board of Directors consists of five (5) members, whom are appointed by their respective Borough Council Bodies. Each Board Member term is five (5) years, which are staggered so that one (1) Board Member term expires at the end of each calendar year. As of December 31st, 2018, the following members comprised the LLVSA Board of Directors:

LLVSA Board of Directors

Name Borough Term Expires
Martin Kung Dupont Borough 12/31/2022
Audrey Marcinko Duryea Borough 12/31/2019
Theodore Giglio Old Forge Borough 12/31/2020
Michael Fuller Avoca Borough 12/31/2023
Shawn Murphy Taylor Borough 12/31/2021

During the January 21, 2019 LLVSA Board of Directors’ Meeting, which was held in the Taylor Borough Building, the following LLVSA Board Members were appointed as officers of the LLVSA for the year 2019.

LLVSA Board Members

Name Office
Shawn Murphy Chairman
Michael Fuller Vice-Chairperson
Audrey Marcinko Secretary
Martin Kuna Treasurer
Theodore Giglio Assistant/Treasurer

Under the Act, the LLVSA is empowered to acquire, construct, improve, maintain, operate and lease, (as lessor or lessee), sewer systems and treatment facilities within its service area.

The LLVSA has entered into a separate service agreement, in uniform form with each of the five (5) municipalities, pursuant to which the LLVSA has undertaken to provide sewage transportation and treatment services.

On January 12th, 1976, the LLVSA entered into a service agreement with the Scranton Sewer Authority and the Borough of Taylor, whereby the Scranton Sewer Authority agreed to provide sewage treatment services for approximately 230 LLVSA customers located in Taylor Borough.

On December 20th, 1976, the LLVSA entered into a service agreement with Pittston Township Sewer Authority, Luzerne County, whereby the LLVSA agreed to provide sewage treatment services for approximately 270 users in a specific area of Pittston Township. The LLVSA considers Pittston Township Sewer Authority, as well as Pittston Township, a non-member of the LLVSA.

On October 13th, 1999, the LLVSA entered into a service agreement with the Lackawanna River Basin Sewer Authority, (“LRBSA”), and the Borough of Moosic, whereby the LLVSA agreed to provide treatment services for approximately 2,200 LRBSA customers located in Moosic Borough. The LLVSA considers the LRBSA and Moosic Borough as non-members of the LLVSA.