Zerbe Township board remains at two members following Billig resignation

Shown in this file photo from December 2020, Dan Billig attends his first meeting as a Zerbe Township supervisor. The board remains at two members since Billig's recent resignation.

ZERBE TOWNSHIP — The Zerbe Township Board of Supervisors remains one member down following the resignation of Daniel Billig.

The Democrat resigned less than a year after being appointed in December to fill the seat of long-time supervisor Mike Mazer. According to the official ballot for the upcoming municipal election, the names of both Billig and his Republican challenger, Clayton Bartholomew, will appear at the polls for a two-year term since Billig missed the deadline to remove his name.

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