G. Warren Elliott

Council Vice-Chairman

Pennsylvania, Appointed Obligatory Member (2nd Term, Exp. 2017)

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An avid recreational fisherman, Warren Elliott currently serves as the Pennsylvania Citizen Representative to the Chesapeake Bay Commission and as a member of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission.

Warren served as Chairman of the Franklin County PA Board of Commissioners for twelve years during a time of intense growth; therefore, his two main priorities were planning and farmland preservation. He also took an active role in conservation efforts and helped draft the county’s Comprehensive Plan.  In addition, he conducted the county’s first natural areas inventory and assisted with the development of the county’s first open space and recreation plan. Other achievements included the establishment of the Franklin County Eco Park, securement of funding for the restoration of Indian Lake, and construction of several new county facilities, including an Agricultural Heritage Center and a Public Service Training Center.

Warren is one of the 100 Centennial Alumni from Penn State Mont Alto. He is also a distinguished alumnus of Shippensburg University having earned with honors both graduate and undergraduate degrees in Public Administration and was granted an honorary Doctorate for his devotion to public service. He is currently President of Cardinal Crossings, a consulting and real estate firm, and Chairman of the Board of F & M Trust.

Warren lives in Chambersburg, PA with his wife of over 30 years Donna.  They have two sons, Logan and Brennan. 

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