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McCarney seeks supervisor seat

May 08, 2009

WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- David A. "Dave" McCarney is seeking a seat on the Washington Township Board of Supervisors.

He is running for the Republican nomination in Pennsylvania's May 19 primary election. Also running for the GOP nomination is Jeff Geesaman.

McCarney, 59, an engineer and lifelong resident of the area, is a co-owner of Control Consultants, a local business that provides custom software and a broad range of control and networking solutions.

McCarney, a Republican, said he would make decisions "based on facts, common sense and fairness," according to a news release.

McCarney graduated from Waynesboro Area Senior High School in 1968 and the University of Pennsylvania in 1972. Later, he studied graduate accounting at Frostburg State University.

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McCarney served with the Boy Scouts and held a position on the Waynesboro Area School Board from 1973 to 1979. He also served on the boards of the Central Pennsylvania Easter Seals, the Industrial Museum, and the Franklin County Vo-Tech School, now the Franklin County Career & Technology Center.

He currently serves on the boards of directors of the Waynesboro Lions Club, the Waynesboro Beneficial Fund, the Green Hill Cemetery, the Waynesboro Historical Society, and the Allison-Antrim Museum, where he also serves as treasurer, according to the release.

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