The president of the Harmony Township Board of Commissioners resigned from office during a public meeting Thursday night.
Bradley Payne’s resignation came in response to a lawsuit filed by District Attorney David Lozier seeking to have him removed from office because of a prior felony conviction. Under Pennsylvania law, convicted felons are unable to hold public office.
Payne was in the third year of a second four-year term as an elected Harmony commissioner.
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