Board of Supervisors
Allegheny Township is governed by an elected body organized under the Second Class Township Code of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Board of Supervisors consists of three elected officials, each serving a six year term.
The Board of Supervisors is charged with the general governance of the Township to secure the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of the community. To accomplish that task the Board adopts laws, known as ordinances, that govern various activities within the Township. The Board, in turn, is governed by both the Second Class Township Code and various other laws of the Commonwealth.
The Board appoints a Township Manager who is charged by the Board with implementing the ordinances it passes and managing the annual budget of the Township which is adopted by the Board each December for the following calendar year.
The Board of Supervisors meets on a twice-monthly basis (Agenda Meeting is the Wednesday before the 2nd Monday of the month and the Legislative meeting is the 2nd Monday of the month) at 7:00 p.m. in Council Chambers to conduct business on behalf of the Township. All meetings of the Board are open to the public with an opportunity at each meeting for public comment. If a resident has a concern he or she feels needs to be addressed by the Township, the individual is encouraged to contact the Township Manager’s Office which may be able to address the manner promptly and/or schedule an appropriate time for that individual to present concerns to the Board of Supervisors.
Residents are encouraged to present their views on Township matters on any of the means available, including letters, e-mail, telephone and voice mail. The Board strives to facilitate your communication with Township officials. The supervisors may also be reached through the Township Office at 724-842-4641.
Meet Your Supervisors
Chair, Serves through December 2025
Mike Korns is a retired professor of Employment and Labor Relations at Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) teaching graduate courses in contract administration, organizational behavior, labor relations, and human resource management in the public sector. Prior to teaching, Mike spent 24 years in the energy sector working in safety, training, and employment relations. He attained a B.S. in Safety Sciences, an M.A. in Employment and Labor Relations, and a Ph.D. in Administration and Leadership Studies at IUP. Mike is a member of the District 10 Republican committee. Mike was a member of the IUP University Senate for 15 years and served as chair of its Senate Rules committee for 10 years. Mike is the vice-chair of the Municipal Authority of Allegheny Township and vice chair of the Alle-Kiski Intergovernmental Council. He previously served as vice president on the board of directors for the Try Life Center in Lower Burrell.
Vice-Chair, Serves through December 2023
Ren Steele grew up on the Steele farm on White Cloud Road in Allegheny Township. His relatives have lived in Allegheny Township since 1824. Ren graduated from Ohio State University with a B.A. in English Literature. Moreover, he received a M.Ed. from UCLA. He is a past President of the Sons of the American Revolution, Pittsburgh Chapter. Mr. Steele is a playwright and co-founder of Freeport Theatre Festival, a local straw-hat theatre. In addition, Ren has been a middle school teacher for twenty-three years, mostly with Armstrong School District. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild and served as a 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Army.
Supervisor, Serves through December 2027
Jamie Morabito has been an Allegheny Twp Resident for 29 years. Graduated from Kiski Area High school. Attended Penn State. Owner of Morabito Motors in Lower Burrell Business Man of the year 2003 – 2004. Republican National Business Advisory Counsel. Member of the Pennsylvania Auto Dealers Association. National Independent Auto Dealers Association. Manheim Dealer Advisory Board.