Posts Tagged ‘Craig Sharnetzka’

CGA Law Firm President Craig Sharnetzka Named to Central Penn Business Journal’s Power List for Law

access_time Posted on: May 2nd, 2024

CGA Law Firm’s President, Craig Sharnetzka, has received recognition for a consecutive year on the Central Penn Business Journal’s 2024 Power List for Law. This accolade acknowledges individuals who play a significant role in shaping our communities and impacting our quality of life through the legal foundations upon which our society relies. “It is an honor to have been recognized and named to the Power List for Law as published by the Central Penn Business Journal.  It is humbling to be included on a list with so many talented attorneys. I have a tremendous support network of colleagues and staff at… read more »

CGA President Craig Sharnetzka Selected to Central Penn Business Journal Power 100 List

access_time Posted on: March 19th, 2024

CGA Law Firm President and Shareholder Craig Sharnetzka has been recognized on the Central Penn Business Journal’s 2024 Power 100 List. This list recognizes leaders from various fields, such as law, finance, education, government, healthcare, business, and nonprofits. The Central Penn Business Journal’s editorial team and leadership curate this list based on the impact these individuals have on our communities and the quality of life in Central Pennsylvania. “It is certainly an honor to be recognized in the Power 100 List along with many talented and influential business and community leaders. I am humbled to be included on this list… read more »

New Birth of Freedom Council Heritage Trails “Hometown Heroes” Reception

access_time Posted on: October 24th, 2023

Location: Balla Cloiche Vineyards (14110 Clark Rd, Stewartstown, PA 17363) CGA Law Firm is a First Class Sponsor for the Hometown Heroes Reception.

New Appointments and Honors – Spring 2023

access_time Posted on: April 25th, 2023

Taylor M. Baublitz has joined the Board of The Parliament Arts Organization. The Parliament Arts Organization is a non-profit arts collective in the Royal Square District of Downtown York focused on empowering artists and transforming York through its gallery shows, events, and workshops to support artists. Margaret “Mieke” Driscoll, Chair of the Firm’s Business Practice Group, has been named to the Powder Mill Foundation Board of Trustees. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the York Symphony Orchestra, the York County Community Foundation, and WITF, where she has been honored as an Emeritus. Beth J. Kern was recognized… read more »

Items to Consider Upon a Rezoning Request

access_time Posted on: January 20th, 2023

Most municipalities include within their Zoning Ordinances a procedure permitting landowners within their prospective municipalities to request a rezoning for a parcel within the municipality. The rezoning request is a request to amend the municipalities zoning map. A municipality upon such request should review its Ordinance provisions to ensure that proper procedure is being followed, all information required in the application is provided, and that any necessary fee is paid. Generally, a rezoning request is a good opportunity for the municipality to seek advice and counsel from its own Planning Commission as well as from the York County Planning Commission…. read more »

New Appointments and Honors – January 2023

access_time Posted on: January 19th, 2023

Frank H. Countess was elected Chair of the Board of Directors for the York Country Day School. Frank was named one of the 300 Life Members of the York County Agricultural Society, which runs the York State Fair, the oldest state fair in the United States founded in 1765. Frank was also recently appointed to his third successive 4-year term on the York City Redevelopment Authority Board by Mayor Michael J. Helfrich and the York City Council, and was also elected to his second 4-year term on the York County Land Bank Authority Board of Directors by the York County… read more »

York County Food Bank’s Iron Chef Competition

access_time Posted on: October 3rd, 2022

CGA is a Bronze Sponsor of this event. The York County Food Bank Iron Chef Competition is coming back again on Monday, October 3rd, at 5:30 p.m. at the Country Club of York! The point of this event is to demonstrate that the items the food bank collects and offers are more than just unwanted food. The chefs at the event will prepare an appetizer, an entree and a dessert using foods that the food bank commonly distributes. Not only is it an entertaining evening, it’s also a fantastic fundraiser for the York County Food Bank, which takes in collections… read more »

Delta Community Alliance’s York County BBQ Festival

access_time Posted on: June 17th, 2022

CGA Law Firm is sponsoring the Delta Community Alliance’s York County BBQ Festival. The event takes place on Main Street and College Avenue in Delta, PA. Our sponsorship will pay for for musical entertainment and children’s activities. The money that is raised will help to revitalize the town. Thank you, Craig Sharnetzka, for being a Bronze Sponsor!

Shrimp & Bull Roast for H.O.P.E. (Help for Oncology Problems & Emotional Support)

access_time Posted on: October 16th, 2021

CGA Law Firm and Attorney Craig Sharnetzka are sponsoring the silent auction! Facebook Event H.O.P.E Website

Land Development Primer: Obtaining Financial Security

access_time Posted on: November 11th, 2018

Article by: Craig Sharnetzka With the improving economy over the last several years, municipalities have again been receiving subdivision and land development plans from both commercial and residential developers.  Completion of required improvements such as streets, walkways, curbs, gutters, water mains, sanitary sewers, storm sewers and other improvements as are required by a municipality’s Subdivision And Land Development Ordinance are a prerequisite to final approval.  One exception, of course, is that  a developer may propose financial security in lieu of  completion of the improvements.  Municipalities often provide in their respective Subdivision and Land Ordinances requirements as to financial security provided… read more »