Lamb McErlane’s Vincent Pompo Appointed to Board of Chester County Ag Council

Vincent Pompo.
Lamb McErlane logo

The Chester County Agricultural Development Council (Ag Council) has appointed Vincent Pompo, a partner at Lamb McErlane, and Cassandra Long, owner of Kolb’s Farm Store and Dairy in Spring City, to its board.

“We are delighted to have Cassandra and Vince join us on the Ag Council board,” said Chester County Ag Council Director Hillary Krummrich. “Their diverse agricultural experience will be incredibly helpful as we begin to implement the county’s first ag economic development strategic plan.”

Pompo is chairman of Lamb McErlane’s Municipal Law Department and the Environmental Law Practice Group. His practice areas include municipal, land use, and environmental law.

He is the President of the Board of Directors at Lundale Farms, Inc., a nonprofit sustainable farming community in South Coventry and East Nantmeal townships, and he was appointed to serve on the Governor’s Local Government Workgroup of Pennsylvania’s Pipeline Infrastructure Task Force. He recently retired as a long-time supervisor in East Bradford Township, where he led its open space preservation program, and continues to serve as solicitor for a number of municipalities in Chester and Montgomery counties.

Long owns and operates Kolb’s Farm Store and Dairy with her husband Bobby. They milk approximately 50 cows and process it on the farm. They sell their dairy products at their store, as well as to other wholesale accounts. Long also serves as the Delaware County Dairy Princess Promotion Coordinator and dairy team coach.

In 2017, she traveled around the state marketing and promoting the dairy industry as Pennsylvania State Alternate Dairy Princess.

Connect With Your Community

Subscribe to stay informed!

"*" indicates required fields

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.