Board of Supervisors
- 8 p.m.
- 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month
- Whitpain Township Administration Building
960 Wentz Road
Blue Bell, PA 19422
Work Sessions to review the agenda will begin at 7:30 p.m. and will resume after the public meetings for discussion of any other issues before the Board.
Persons with a disability who wish to attend these administrative hearings should contact Mr. David M. Camarda at 610-277-2400.
A five-member Board of Supervisors governs Whitpain Township. Members of the Board are elected at-large by residents and serve six-year terms.
The Supervisors appoint professionals who manage the day-to-day operations of the Township and name residents to the various volunteer boards and commissions that contribute to the quality of life in Whitpain.
Meet The Board
Fred Conner, Chair
Fred has over 30 years of experience leading organizations in business, the military, and in his community. Now as an independent management consultant, Fred divides his time between working with clients and serving the people of Whitpain as Chair of their Board of Elected Supervisors. Fred has served the Township on the Open Space Committee from June 2004 through December 2008, the Planning Commission from September 2006 to December 2008, and on the Zoning Hearing Board from January 2009 through November 2009. He has served on the Board of Supervisors since shortly after being elected in November 2009. Fred is a member of the following BOS committees: Finance & Pension, Emergency Services, West Ambler Revitalization/Wissahickon Valley Boys & Girls Club, Manor House, Comprehensive Plan, and Park & Recreation Zoning.
Adam Zucker, Vice-Chair
Adam has been a Whitpain resident since 1994. He is the managing shareholder in a successful Montgomery County law firm. Adam has served Whitpain Township in various capacities for close to 20 years including his vice chairmanship of the Zoning Hearing Board from July 1998 through December 2007. He has served on the Board of Supervisors since January 2008. He also served on the Community Center Feasibility Study Committee. In his private life, Adam is also involved as a volunteer on the boards and in the operations of local philanthropies and has served as a youth soccer and softball coach for the Whitpain Recreation Association. Adam currently serves on the following committees: Operations, Personnel, Land Development, and Park & Recreation Zoning.
Anthony F. Greco, Secretary
Tony has been a resident of Whitpain Township for 41 years. He is a veteran of the US Navy having served from 1955-1963. He was an aircrew member and flew surveillance missions during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Tony was in the steel business for 50 years, first working as a sales manager for American Steel Engineering Company, and then in 1984, he started his own business, TFG Steel Associates which sold steel to the construction industry. Tony has been involved with Whitpain Township for the last 34 years. He served on the Planning Commission from 1984-1993, the Zoning Hearing Board from 1993-2003, and he has served on the Board of Supervisors for the last 15 years. Tony currently serves on the following BOS committees: Emergency Services and Board & Commission Interviews. He is also the Township's representative to the East Norriton Plymouth Whitpain Joint Sewer Authority.
Ken Wollman, Treasurer
Ken, first elected to the Board in 2013, is a 24-year resident of Whitpain Township. Ken, who works full time for Cargill, Inc., is married to Carolyn Heller Wollman and has two children: Joshua graduated Wissahickon and is a Junior at the University of Richmond. Sophie graduated Wissahickon and is a freshman at Ithaca College. Ken is the Board's Treasurer and currently serves on the following BOS committees: Finance & Pension, Personnel, West Ambler/Wissahickon Valley Boys & Girls Club, and Board & Commission Interviews.
Michele Minnick, Assistant Secretary
Michele is a 25-year resident of Whitpain Township. She is the Assistant Director of the Montgomery County Tax Claim Bureau, providing assistance to constituents facing financial difficulties, while recovering delinquent property taxes for all of the county. She and her husband, David, have two children: her son attends Syracuse University and her daughter attends Wissahickon high school. Newly elected in 2017, she currently serves as the Assistant Secretary. Michele currently serves on the following BOS committees: Operations, Manor House, and Comprehensive Plan.