About Us Board of Directors & Library Staff Mission & History of the Library Board Staff South Fayette Township Library Board of Directors: Robert Milacci, President (Term Expires 2/17) Lee Wetzel, Vice-President (Term Expires 2/16) Emily Williamson-Brady, Treasurer (Term Expires 2/17) Cindy Cox – Assistant Treasurer (Term Expires 2/18) Mike Jones – Secretary (Term Expires 2/16) Christine Turnbaugh – Assistant Secretary (Term Expires 2/16) Chetan Wagle, Board Member (Term Expires 2/16) South Fayette Township Commissoner Liaison The South Fayette Township Library Board meets on the second Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. in the Township meeting room, unless otherwise noted. Library Staff: Cheryl Napsha, Library Director Jody Wilson, M.L.I.S., Family & Youth Services Manager Dotty Jones, Family & Youth Services Assistant Dorothy Peck, Community Services Clerk & Administrative Assistant Sreela Basu, Community Services Clerk Judy Dobies, Community Services Clerk Robin Grant, Community Services Clerk Sarah Grebinoski, Community Services Clerk Juli Morneweck, Community Services Clerk Kristina Fowler, Library Page Brittany Ketter, Writer’s Unleashed Director Mission & History The mission of the South Fayette Township Library is to meet our community’s informational, cultural and recreational needs. South Fayette Township is located in southwestern Pennsylvania, 15 minutes south of Pittsburgh and 15 minutes north of Washington, PA. The library is located at 515 Millers Run Road (within the Township’s Municipal Building) and is minutes from the Bridgeville exit of I-79. The library opened its doors on January 10, 1994 with a mostly-donated collection of 4,000 books. After nine years the municipal building was remodeled and the library moved into a larger space. We can now offer people comfortable seating, good lighting, work space, 12 public access computers and an ever-improving collection of materials. The South Fayette Township Library is a member of the Allegheny County Library Association and the eiNetwork. The Library is funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the Allegheny Regional Asset District (RAD Tax), South Fayette Township, and private funding.