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CCAP Board of Directors Meet in Bradford County

News Date: Tuesday, June 14, 2022

CCAP Board of Directors
In addition to their meeting, the Board of Directors were also given a tour of Bradford County.
The County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania (CCAP), a statewide association that represents all 67 counties in the Commonwealth, held its two-day Board of Directors Meeting in Bradford County on June 9 and 10.

In addition to their meeting, the Board of Directors were also given a tour of Bradford County that included the Bradford County Museum, the Hamilton Liberty Power Project and Eureka Resources.

The Liberty project is a natural gas fueled, 829MW combined cycle generating station that can supply the needs of up to 1 million homes and is the first plant in the Marcellus Shale region.

Eureka Resources has the technology to take produced water from natural gas and extract the chlorides, which can be sold as pool salts.

“It was an honor to be able to showcase Bradford County’s rural charm to commissioners across the state,” said CCAP President and Bradford County Commissioner Daryl Miller. “This was a great opportunity to show that a county can maintain natural beauty while moving forward with economic growth.”  

Miller is only the second CCAP President to hail from Bradford County since 1896 and the first since John E. Snedeker in 1943.

CCAP serves to strengthen Pennsylvania counties' ability to govern their own affairs and improve the well-being and quality of life of their constituents. To this end, the Association effects the achievement of favorable state and federal legislation, programs and policies, and provides appropriate programs, services and training to its membership, county leaders, and their staff.

“Daryl has done an exceptional job at representing both Bradford County and CCAP this year,” said CCAP Executive Director Lisa Schaefer. “His commitment to strengthening the 66 counties in addition to his own has helped us make great strides in 2022.”