by Bill Rettew, Daily Local News, 1/14/18
WEST CHESTER >> With a twinkle in his eye and a smile on his face, former Mayor Jordan Norley talked about marching in parades.
He said the best part of the job during his eight-month term as mayor was high-fiving the kids lined up on sidewalk, along the parade route.
“It would make their day,” Norley said. “They would light up.”
Norley filled in for former Mayor Carolyn Comitta who was elected as a state representative for the 156th District. Dianne Herrin took over as mayor on Jan. 2, after being elected in November.
Norley was also president and vice president of borough council during a five-year stint as a borough councilman.
As the youngest and only person to hold both positions, Norley, 37, said he has a unique perspective as council president, part of the legislative branch of local government, and mayor, with the executive branch….
keep reading at Daily Local News