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Upper Saucon Supervisor Thanks Lutron for Donations

Upper Saucon Township Board of Supervisors chairman Steve Wagner publicly thanked a prominent corporation with headquarters in the township for its generosity at the board's meeting earlier this month.

Upper Saucon Township Board of Supervisors chairman Steve Wagner publicly thanked a prominent corporation with headquarters in the township for its generosity at the board's meeting earlier this month.

Wagner said Lutron Electronics Inc.,  a manufacturer of dimmers and lighting controls, recently donated $3,000 to the Upper Saucon Ambulance Corps, $2,500 to the Upper Saucon Volunteer Fire Department and $2,000 to the Southern Lehigh Public Library.

Lutron has been a regular benefactor of the township's public institutions, Wagner said, and is deserving of recognition for its commitment to being a good corporate neighbor.

"Over many years Lutron has been very generous to township organizations," Wagner said.

In other business at the meeting, supervisors welcomed Philip Spaeth to the board.

Spaeth, who recently retired from Air Products after 35 years of employment there, was elected to fill a board seat in November.

He has served on both the Upper Saucon Township Board of Supervisors and the township planning commission in the past, and is a 36-year resident of the township.

As part of its annual reorganization at the Monday, Jan. 6 meeting, the board re-elected Wagner chairman and Joaquin "Jack" DeMatos as vice chairman.

Photo: Lutron website screen shot

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