Vince Pompo, a partner at the firm, has been elected President of the Board of Directors at Lundale Farm, Inc. Pompo previously served as Vice President and Board Secretary.
Lundale Farm is a nonprofit community of farmers located in Pottstown that is devoted to sustainable farming, land conservation, and enhanced local food supply. At Lamb McErlane, Pompo is chairman of the Municipal Law Department and the Environmental Law Practice Group. His practice areas include municipal, land use, and environmental law.
“Vince has been an incredible resource for Lundale Farm, especially within our Property Committee, where we’ve navigated land use challenges and preservation of historical structures,” said Jodi Gauker, Executive Director of Lundale Farm. “His enthusiasm for supporting young and growing farmers is appreciated and contagious.”
The Greater Valley Forge Transportation Management Association nominated Chester County for the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission’s award.
“It is an honor for the county to receive this award for our efforts – our initiatives and best practices – to reduce air pollution,” said Chester County Commissioners’ Chair Michelle Kichline. “Our new comprehensive plan, Landscapes3, specifically calls for the advancement of multimodal transportation options that reduce congestion, support a resilient and clean energy network, and help address climate change.”
The Air Quality Partnership program is run through DVRPC. The program is a coalition of private companies, government agencies, and nonprofits dedicated to raising awareness of air quality in the Delaware Valley and promoting actions that people and organizations can take to reduce air pollution and protect public health.
Karen H. Davis and Melissa E. Scott, attorneys in Fox Rothschild’s Exton office, have been elevated to partner.
A member of the firm’s Environmental Group, Davis advises clients on a variety of compliance and environmental health and safety issues.
Scott, an experienced litigation attorney, handles an array of commercial litigation matters, including professional negligence, breach of contract, products liability, and mass tort.
The Chester County Commissioners recently approved a resolution calling for the county to participate in C-PACE, a clean energy financing program for commercial properties.
C-PACE, which stands for Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy, is a financial tool for commercial property owners to obtain low-cost, long-term financing for energy efficiency, renewable energy, and water conservation projects. C-PACE can facilitate a loan for a project by placing a voluntary lien on the property that repays the costs of the upgrades.
“Chester County is the first county in the Southeastern PA region to adopt this program that will support family-sustaining jobs and the Chester County business community, as well as improve the sustainability of our built environment,” said Chester County Commissioners’ Chair Michelle Kichline.
The College of Undergraduate Studies will host an open house on Saturday, June 22 from 9 AM-1 PM.
The open house is designed for high school juniors and seniors and students interested in transferring. The event will allow prospective students to tour the campus and talk with professors, coaches, current students, and administrators from all areas of campus. Information will be presented about admissions, academic majors, social and student life, athletic and co-curricular activities, financial aid, and scholarships.
Registration begins at 8:30 AM in the rotunda of Villa Maria Hall, and a hot breakfast will be provided in the dining hall. For more information, please contact the College of Undergraduate Studies Office of Admission at 484-323-3060 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here to register online.