By Adam Farence, Daily Local News, 12/19/16
WEST CHESTER >> Following borough Council President Ellen Koopman’s resignation on Dec. 14, borough council unanimously appointed a West Chester University professor to take her position.
Denise Polk, a professor of communications and member of the university’s faculty since 2005, has also served on the borough’s Borough Leaders United for Emission Reduction (BLUER) group, a group that serves an advisory role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Polk has also served on the borough’s Human Relations Commission and helped the borough secure two U.S. EPA grants to reduce waste through composting….
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