Meet New Planning Commission Board Member Nathan Cline

The Chester County Planning Commission recently appointed Nathan (Nate) Cline as the newest member of the Planning Commission’s board. A resident of East Goshen, Nate has been employed with Pennoni for over 19 years as a municipal engineer. At the January 8 Planning Commission meeting, board Chairman Keven Kerr noted that Nate brings different types of perspectives to the table.

Nate says, “As an East Goshen resident and former member of its Planning Commission, and a municipal engineer working with many municipalities within Chester County, I’m looking forward to the opportunity to continue the excellent work done by the County Planning Commission, and more importantly, the professional work product executed by the Planning Department staff.”

Learn more about Nate’s professional career and what he likes to do in his spare time.

Where are you from? Latrobe, PA

What was your first job? Delivering flowers and mowing lawns

What is your profession now? Municipal Engineer

What did you study in college? Civil Engineering at Villanova and Engineering Management at Drexel

Have you served on other boards or commissions in the past? Yes, currently the Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Transportation Management Association of Chester County (TMACC) and on the boards of Chester County Engineers (CCE) and the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers (PSPE), Delaware County; also co-President of my neighborhood Civic Association.

What is your favorite place in Chester County? Natural Land Trust’s Stroud Preserve (with Levante Brewing Company a close second)

Where would we find you in your spare time? Local gym or field coaching/watching my kids (if not at a Villanova game 😊)

What is the last book you read? Born to Run (Bruce Springsteen) and American Moonshot (Douglas Brinkley)

What is your favorite sports team? Villanova basketball