Created on Thursday, 28 April 2011 17:09
Former Bucks County Commissioner Andy Warren is looking to get his old job back. Warren served four terms as a commissioner in the 80's and 90's before stepping aside for a post at Penn Dot. He's now the Director of the PennJerDel
Council, a coalition of Tri-State businesses. Warren says his experience from the past 15 years would make him an even better county commissioner this time around. Warren says he'd be a watch dog for the new justice center being built in Doylestown and is advocating creation of committee to study changing the structure of county government. He is challenging incumbents Charlie Martin and Robert Loughery in next month's Republican Primary. Warren was a guest on Thursday's
Comment Please by Univest program.