WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- Waynesboro native Clint Rock recently started the job he says he wanted for years.
Rock became the township planner and assistant code enforcement officer in Washington Township, Pa., upon the retirement of longtime employee Gerald Zeigler. Matt Watson, who worked with Zeigler for several years, was named the code enforcement officer and assistant township planner.
"I'm very excited to be here, really," Rock said. "I want to help out and do my part for the community."
Rock graduated from Waynesboro Area Senior High School in 1998 and attended Penn State University for its landscape architect program.
"I was born in Waynesboro Hospital and have lived in the township since 1982," he said.
Rock and Watson's duties include checking developers' plans for ordinance compliance, issuing permits for building additions and driveways, and enforcing local law through citations.