Henry & Beaver, LLP, is available to serve as general counsel or special counsel to local government entities. Our municipal law attorneys represent municipal authorities in Lebanon County and surrounding counties of Pennsylvania. We also serve as the conduit for the interests of nonprofit agencies in community development matters, and can represent private individuals in municipal issues such as condemnation via eminent domain.
Experienced Municipal Law Attorneys
Fred Wolf has practiced law since 1963 and has served as solicitor for several municipalities and municipal authorities in Lebanon County for more than 30 years. Tom Harlan has also practiced in municipal law for over 30 years, and represents several municipalities and zoning hearing boards. Attorneys Wolf and Harlan are joined by Amy B. Leonard, an experienced municipal law attorney with strong ties to the local community. Our lawyers are respected and commonly consulted by other attorneys and municipal officials for their knowledge of municipal law and local history. Henry & Beaver can serve in numerous capacities:
- >General counsel to cities, boroughs and townships, or their planning commissions, housing authorities or public works authorities
- Consulting on residential, commercial and industrial development: land use, zoning, planning and public financing for building, sewer, water and road projects
- Construction contracting: bidding, contracts, bonding of contractors, and investment of public bond issue proceeds
- Drafting of ordinances and code enforcement
- Collections, of past due taxes and assessments
- Condemnation proceedings to take private property for public use
The attorneys at Henry & Beaver, LLP represent several 501(c)(3) nonprofits, primarily those that provide housing for the elderly or disabled. They provides legal counsel for housing project development and funding, corporate governance for nonprofit agencies, and resolves landlord-tenant issues.
Municipal Law Counsel for Private Citizens
In municipalities that Henry & Beaver does not represent, we can serve the interests of individual homeowners and business owners. We are available to represent any of the property owners facing eminent domain condemnation for the railroad overpass through Lebanon. Our role is to ensure that clients receive fair market value for land and buildings and fair compensation for the loss, relocation or disruption of a business.
Contact Our Firm
For trusted counsel from a firm that has served the Lebanon Valley since 1895, contact our municipal lawyers at 717-274-3644 to arrange a consultation.