Council President

Benjamin Hover, President

Term: January 6, 2020, to January 1, 2024
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"I have lived in Lansdowne for over 15 years. Since moving here, my family and I have enjoyed the friendly neighborhoods and dedication of the many residents who volunteer to maintain the civic pride and spirit of Lansdowne in the Borough." 

Benjamin Hover previously served a two-year term on the council and on January 6th of 2020 took his place as council president and will serve a four-year term ending in 2024. As well as serving as council president, Benjamin also chairs the Economic Development & Code Enforcement, is a member of the Technology Committee, and the Inclusionary Committee. 

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  1. Thank you for helping with the Lansdowne Parks cleanup event!

    Lansdowne Borough Council and Mayor Campuzano would like to thank the dedicated community members and the Darby Creek Valley Association for hosting another great cleanup in Lansdowne's Hoffman Park, Marlyn Park, and Pennock Woods. Read on...
  2. Lansdowne Borough Resolution Recognizes Cambodian Heritage Week

    Lansdowne Borough appreciates the contributions of Cambodian Americans to the culture of Lansdowne and during the week of ApriI 12-April 16, Lansdowne Borough recognizes Cambodian Heritage Week. Read on...
  3. Borough Council Fair Housing Resolution

    The Borough Council of Lansdowne recognize and honor April as Fair Housing Month with Resolution 2021-08 Read on...
  4. COVID Vaccinations for Lansdowne Residents Age 65 and Older

    A special vaccine clinic is being offered by Delaware County health officials for Lansdowne residents age 65 and older. Let us know if you would like to be on the list for a vaccine. Additional Info...
  5. March 19, 2021: Letter from Council President, Benjamin Hover

    In his March letter to residents, Benjamin Hover wishes everyone a happy spring and encourages residents to become involved with stream cleanups and Arbor Day events and to get vaccinated to help stop the spread of COVID. Read on...
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