BATH TWP.: Trustees officially introduced Vito Sinopoli as the Deputy Administrator of Bath Township to a packed house Monday, many of whom were family and friends of the former Bath cop and soon-to-be township administrator.
“We are very pleased to welcome Vito to the administrative staff,” said Trustee Becky Corbett, during the brief program.
“I am honored to be here in a new capacity and humbled by the opportunity,” said Sinopoli, who bested a field of 32 applicants for the post. “I will work tirelessly as your administrator to ensure our township’s continued growth and success.”
Sinopoli, an attorney, spent 27 years with the Bath Police Department, from which he resigned last month to assume his new responsibilities. He thanked his family, trustees, Police Chief Mike McNeely, and especially interim Administrator Bill Snow, whose resignation last year from the position was prompted by changes in the state’s public pension system, and Fiscal Officer Sharon Troike, both of whom were finalists with Sinopoli for the position. Snow will continue in his role as interim administrator until March 31, when Sinopoli will assume the administrator post.
“I look forward to the challenges and opportunities in the future,” said Sinopoli, “as we work and grow together.”