Township Supervisors

Barrett Township is governed by a five member Board of Supervisors, who are elected by the residents of the Township. The Township Supervisors are available during Township meetings, and may be available at other times as needed. Please call (570) 595-2602 or

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Upcoming Supervisor Meetings

Thu Jan 20, 2022 @ 5:00PM - 06:00PM
Barrett Architectural Review Committee (Open to Public)
Wed Jan 26, 2022 @ 8:00AM -
Supervisor Meeting (AM) (Open to Public)
Thu Jan 27, 2022 @ 6:00PM - 07:00PM
Pocono Area Recreation Commission
Wed Feb 02, 2022 @ 5:30PM - 06:30PM
Barrett Township Planning Commission Meeting (if needed to discuss submitted plans)
Wed Feb 09, 2022 @ 5:30PM -
Supervisor Meeting (PM) (Open to Public)
Wed Feb 16, 2022 @ 8:00AM -
Supervisor Workshop (Open to Public)

The Chairman, Supervisor William Pipolo, Jr., is responsible for presiding over public meetings and private meetings of the Township.

The Vice-Chairman, Supervisor Benjie Labar, is responsible for presiding over meetings in the absence of the Chairman.

Benji Labar is the Secretary of the Board, William Pipolo, Jr. is the Asst. Secretary while John Seese is Supervisor/Roadmaster.
​Grant Hilfiger and Patti O'Keefe complete the Board.

In addition to the Board of Supervisors, Barrett Township also employs two other officials, who have their own specific function in the operation of the Township. These officials include the Sewage Enforcement Officer/Zoning Officer and the Executive Secretary/Treasurer.

The Sewage Enforcement Officer, Jeryl Rinehart, is tasked with reviewing all new applications for sewage systems, and ensuring that such systems are installed in accordance with Township ordinances and applicable state laws. The Zoning Officer, Jeryl Rinehart, is responsible to oversee development within the community and enforce all zoning issues.

The Executive Secretary/Treasurer, Pamela Gardsy, is responsible for coordinating departmental activities, monitoring township expenditures and revenues, providing customer service, creating community publications, processing accounts payable/receivable, payroll and managing employee benefits.

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Could someone contact me and let me know who I should contact about loggers damaging Forest Colony Road? The property owners that contribute to maintaining the road were not the ones that harvested trees and used the road to take the trees out....

Could someone contact me and let me know who I should contact about loggers damaging Forest Colony Road? The property owners that contribute to maintaining the road were not the ones that harvested trees and used the road to take the trees out. Thank you.

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Barbara Venanzi
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Could someone contact me and let me know who I should contact about loggers damaging Forest Colony Road? The property owners that contribute to maintaining the road were not the ones that harvested trees and used the...

Posted by Barbara Venanzi:

Could someone contact me and let me know who I should contact about loggers damaging Forest Colony Road? The property owners that contribute to maintaining the road were not the ones that harvested trees and used the road to take the trees out. Thank you.


Hi Barbara, you would need to contact the Township Supervisors about this issue directly. It sounds like there should be a logging permit on file for the tree harvesting. If it's a private road, not maintained by the township, you may need to file a civil complaint for the road damages.

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Nate Covington
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