Region 5 encompasses Bradford, Centre, Clinton, Lycoming, Mifflin, Montour, Northumberland, Potter, Snyder, Sullivan, Tioga and Union Counties. The Director and Assistant Director terms are 2013 – 2016.
Charles A. Hauser, Director of Engineering
Williamsport Municipal Sanitary & Water Authorities
Paul Herzig, Treasurer
Coudersport Area Municipal Authority
Paul M. Herzig is the co-owner, with his wife Christine, of the Laurelwood Inn & Steakhouse. Paul is an Adjunct Professor at Gannon University (Theology/History /Philosophy), Treasurer of the Coudersport Area Municipal Authority for 15 years, musician/vocalist in Big Band/Jazz group and involved in the following civic groups: Rotary, Knights of Columbus, and Chamber of Commerce. Paul is also the Deputy Coroner-Investigator of Potter County, Ex-Sgt of Police, State of California, San Bernardino Sheriff. His hobbies include avid golfer and karate (Aikido) instructor.
The courthouse in Towanda features one of the only five known “Lady of Justice” statues that does not wear a blindfold. Asylum, PA, was established as an asylum for the wealthy refugees of the French Revolution. Centre Hall is home to the Grange Fair and is often billed as the biggest of Centre County’s family reunions. AccuWeather is the world's largest private weather forecasting service which was originated and is based in State College, PA. Penn’s Cave in Centre County is America’s only all-water cavern and wildlife park. Little League Baseball started in Lycoming County over five decades ago with a man of vision named Carl Stotz. Visitors to Williamsport can see not only the baseball diamond where the first game was played but also the splendid sports complex where the Little League World Series takes place each year before thousands of spectators. The Peter J. McGovern Little League Museum in South Williamsport traces the history and development of the small-fry sport through special hands-on exhibits and other displays. Potter County’s most famous resident was Eliot Ness, author of the spy thriller series The Untouchables. Pine Creek Gorge, also known as the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon is located in Tioga County.