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Keystone Municipal Solutions taps longtime township administrator Lucas Martsolf to lead firm’s western region



HARRISBURG, Pa. — Keystone Municipal Solutions today announced veteran township administrator Lucas Martsolf has joined the firm as deputy director for its western region.

 

Martsolf has nearly 15 years of experience in municipal administration, most recently serving the past four years as assistant township manager in Cranberry Township, Butler County. Prior to that, he spent a decade as township manager for Antis Township outside Altoona in Blair County.

 

“When it comes to municipal operations, it helps to have someone in your corner who has been there and knows what it takes to keep the wheels of government turning while also moving the community forward,” said Brian Jackson, chair of McNees Wallace & Nurick, the parent company of Keystone Municipal Solutions “Lucas has experience managing complex municipal operations and strong relationships across western Pennsylvania, making him a valuable resource to our clients. We’re excited he has chosen to join our team.”

 

Keystone Municipal Solutions was founded in 2021 to provide municipalities with a broad range of interim management and professional consulting services. The firm serves municipalities of all sizes across Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware that may be experiencing leadership transitions or other management challenges.

 

In addition to temporary manager services, Keystone Municipal Solutions provides recruitment, training, professional development and mentoring services; special project assistance; strategic management consulting; and consulting for human resources, budget and finance, police operations and regionalization or shared services efforts.

 

“I know the challenges and frustrations that municipal leaders face every day,” Martsolf said. “Resources are thin, budgets are tight and recruiting talent to fill open positions has become increasingly difficult. With Keystone Municipal Solutions, I have a unique opportunity to help local governments overcome the same challenges I’ve encountered.”

 

Martsolf’s local government experience extends beyond municipal management. He also served for five years as a local police officer, including a few years as chief of police in Jamestown, Mercer County.

 

He earned his master’s and bachelor’s degrees, and his Act 120 municipal police officer certification, from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

 

Martsolf resides in Cranberry Township and will work from the firm’s Pittsburgh office.

 

For more information on Keystone Municipal Solutions, visit KeystoneMunicipalSolutions.com.

 

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About Keystone Municipal Solutions

Keystone Municipal Solutions offers dynamic services customized to fit the needs of municipalities with a range of operational challenges. From temporary or interim manager services to recruitment, training, professional development and mentoring services, Keystone Municipal Solutions offers professionals with decades of experience in local government management roles. The company also offers special project assistance and consultancy services for a variety of municipal functions, including human resources, budget and finance, regionalization and shared services efforts.

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