News, rumors, and other information on the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority
Thursday, April 10, 2003
GOV'S NEW SEPTA POINT PERSON Gov. Rendell recently appointed Denise J. Smyler, a labor attorney and member of the Barrister's Association. Smyler has ties to the governor from his days as mayor of the City of Philadelphia, having worked on labor issues relating to city employees. Smyler replaces Robert Wooten, who was initially appointed by former Gov. Tom Ridge. It wouldn't surprise me if Ms. Smyler gets a rather chilly reception from her fellow SEPTA Board members.