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Andrea Greene, chairman

Mrs. Andrea Greene has lived within the Newville community for 15 years.  For seven years, she has been a Newville Lion, helping to raise funds to support others in need and serve the community.  She also serves on the Newville Parks & Recreation Commission, and is a board member of the Launch Pad Foundation.

"My vision is helping to re-create small town American in Newville, a vibrant walkable town where guests and residents can enjoy the meeting of the beauty of our great outdoors with a beautifully manicured rail trail, amazing fishing on our world renowned Big Spring Watershed and smack dab in the middle of three spectacular Pennsylvania State Parks.  Newville has a ton of potential.  Growth is happening here and you want to be on the cusp."

Andrea Greene is branch manager of Belco Community Credit Union's Big Spring Branch at 5 Carlisle road in Newville.

3 year term: 12/31/23

Vince Mellott, vice chair

Mr. Vincent Mellott has been a resident of the Newville area his whole life.

He is involved with the Newville Lions Club and the Green Ridge Village Advisory Committee.

"I would enjoy seeing Newville become a role model for small town America by fostering an environment that will be attractive and beneficial to existing businesses, entrepreneurs and local residents and consumers"

Mr. Mellott currently owns and operates Century 21 A Better Way, a local real estate brokerage serving residential, commercial and farm clients.

1 year term: 12/31/21

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Kenneth Tuckey, treasurer

Mr. Ken Tuckey has been involved with the community of Newville for 30 years.  He has coached little league, served on the NWSA Board, and has contributed to the restoration of the buildings on the corner of West Big Spring Avenue.

"While serving on the EDA board, I look forward to seeing sustainable growth, both residential and commercial."

Ken Tuckey owns and operates the Tuckey Companies in Carlisle PA

5 year term: 12/31/25

Jeffrey L. Bouder, member

Mr. Bouder has lived in the Newville community for 32 years.  He is a graduate of Big Spring High School and a former Lions Club Member.  

"My goals are to bring additional businesses to Newville that will expand what services are available to local residents.  Too many times, Newville residents are going to other towns to get what is not available in Newville.  I would also like to increase available parking."

Jeffrey Bouder is the Owner of Jeffrey L. Bouder Insurance.  Additionally, he owns several residential and commercial rentals including Kanes Pizza, Commonwealth Code and Whiskers Brewery.

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Richard Gobin, secretary

Mr. Richard Gobin has owned the Big Spring Pharmacy, in Newville, for 14 years.  He first became acquainted with Newville when he student taught for Big Spring School District in 1959.  Richard has lived outside of Mt. Holly Springs for decades.

"As a business owner in Newille, I look forward to seeing the community succeed in growth"

4 year term: 12/31/24

Jack Ericksen, council liason

Jack Ericksen has been a Newville resident and property owner for 12 years.  He is currently a member of the Newville Borough Council, and serves as a liaison to the Newville Economic Development Authority.  His board memberships include the Big Spring Watershed Association and the Cumberland Valley Rails-To-Trails Council.  He also serves on the Newville Planning Commission.

Mr. Ericksen believes that the Newville EDA can be an important means for promoting the creation and retention of small businesses and for improving our residential and public infrastructure, making Newville an even better place for families to live and prosper.

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Marcus McKnight, solicitor

Serving Newville for 10 years, Marcus McKnight has been a part of many community organizations.  McKnight looks for grants that will benefit Newville and positively impact the residents of the borough. 

"I'm excited for the economic structure of Newville and continuing to improve options community members have living in and visiting Newville."

McKnight is an esquire in Carlisle at Irwin & McKnight.  He attends West Shore Evangelical Free with his family.  

"My Christian faith is important to how I conduct business to my surrounding communities."