In August, Randy Morris retired from the Borough of East Greenville Police Department after 34 years of work in law enforcement. In a letter to Borough Council, the officer wrote that "it's time to see what retirement feels like."
Morris could be returning to the borough very soon. On Monday, the members voted unanimously to rehire him in a part-time capacity and as the officer in charge based on his experience, according to Solicitor Mike Peters.
According to council President Angie Fegely, Morris would regain a spot in the police department as soon as he signs an offer letter. According to Peters, Morris would also need to provide the proper certifications and prove to Mayor Keith Gerhart and Manager Jim Fry his training is up to date.
The agreement was sent to Morris on Tuesday for his signature, according to Gerhart. In an email message, the mayor explained that the former officer needs to update some of his certifications which he will try to get completed within the week. "As soon as all certifications are updated, I will swear him in, and he will begin working," Gerhart wrote.
The offer limits Morris - who would not be ...