Mike Considine seeks Bald Eagle Township supervisor
Democrat Michael Considine has announced he is seeking to fill a vacant seat on the board of Bald Eagle Township Supervisors for a two-year term, following the resignation of a former supervisor.
Considine has lived in the township for almost 61 years, other than the three years he served in the U.S. Army. His family has owned land in Sugar Run for nearly 100 years.
After 31 years of employment at Lock Haven University, Considine retired as Assistant Director of Facilities, having worked to manage an annual million-dollar budget.
He and his wife of 42 years, Sandy, met while attending Bald Eagle-Nittany High School. The couple is very active in helping to find new homes for dogs and cats in need and are volunteers for the Clinton County SPCA Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) program.
Learn more about Considine at https://www.facebook.com/considineforbaldeagletownship.