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Scott L. Metzger, Chairman

Mr. Metzger is commencing his first term as a Commissioner for the County of Lycoming.  Mr. Metzger is a lifelong resident of Lycoming County.  He graduated from Williamsport Area High School and West Chester University with  degree in Criminal Justice.  He has completed numerous courses in Public Administration from Marywood College.  


Mr. Metzger was employed for over three decades in Lycoming County Government.  He served under nine boards of Commissioners and twelve different judges.  He was one of eight experts chosen from the commonwealth tasked with originating new guidelines for Probation & Parole training throughout the state.  Mr. Metzger has taught numerous  leadership classes to hundreds of professionals throughout the state of Pennsylvania.


Scott has been recognized by Lycoming County on two occasions for Humanitarian and Volunteer awards for his efforts.

Mr. Metzger has been the President of Montoursville Little League for the past 16 years. He is a team host for the Little league World Series. Additionally he serves on the auxiliary boards of the Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Bridge and YWCA Wise Options.            

Scott is the Vice-President of Metzger's Executive Apartments.


He resides in Montoursville with his wife, Robin.  They have three children, Josh, Austin and Ashlynn and one grand daughter Addi.

Mr. Metzger attends Faith United Methodist Church in Montoursville with his wife and also attends Trinity Gospel Church in Williamsport where he is a deacon and trustee.  


Scott is looking forward to his continued service as a public servant for Lycoming County.  

Tony R. Mussare, Vice Chairman

Mr. Mussare is beginning his third term serving as Commissioner for the County of Lycoming.  He has earned a business management degree from the former Williamsport Area Community College. 

He has served as the vice president of ARM Services, Inc. since 1987.  He owns a real estate company with his two sons, Anthony and John.  He sat on the leadership council of the NFIB.

He is a current member of the south Williamsport Lions Club and volunteers for numerous not for profit organizations.  A life-long Lycoming County resident, he lives in South Williamsport with his wife Mary.

Richard Mirabito, Secretary

Mr. Mirabito is commencing his second term on the Board of Commissioners for the County of Lycoming.  He first came to Williamsport in 1989 when he was selected to be the law clerk by the Honorable Malcolm Muir of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.  Additionally, for over 25 years, Mr. Mirabito has built businesses renovating many substandard area buildings, creating jobs for residents, tax revenues for the area, and improvements to the neighborhoods.

Mr. Mirabito was elected to three two-year terms as state representative for the 83rd District, serving from 2009 – 2014, and served on the following Committees of the House of Representatives:  Finance, where he was Secretary; Agriculture and Rural Affairs; Commerce; Aging and Older Adult Services; and Local Government.  He also was a representative from the House of Representatives to the Center for Rural Pennsylvania and to the Industrial Resource Center, an agency which oversees manufacturing in the Commonwealth.

Mr. Mirabito graduated Cornell University and the Boston College Law School, where he was Editor-in-Chief of the International & Comparative Law Review.  At graduation from law school, he was honored with the prestigious St. Thomas More Award, presented to the one student who best exemplifies the character of the man who refused to put the King above the law.   In 1997, he was selected to serve as Court Counsel to the Supreme Court of the Republic of Palau, a small island nation.

Mirabito is the 2012 recipient of the STEP Public Service Award. 

Currently, Mr. Mirabito is a member of the Firetree Place Board; an ex-officio member of the Penn State Cooperative Extension Board; and a life member of the James V. Brown Library Board.   He is the founder and former president of the Williamsport Landlord Association and a member of St. Boniface Church.  He is married to the former Sara M. Rider, the daughter of John and Betsy Rider from “Otto’s Bookstore”.  They have one child and live in Hepburn Township.


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