Warrington Township
The Gateway to Bucks County Since 1734

Township Manager’s Office

Barry Luber, Township Manager
852 Easton Road
Warrington, Pa 18976

bluberMr. Luber has been with Warrington Township since 2011.  He started as the Chief Financial Officer, later promoted to Assistant Township Manager, and served as Interim Township Manager from January to August 2016 before being appointed Township Manger in August.  Mr. Luber has spent practically his whole career in government, starting his career at Lower Merion Township as an Accountant, then Director of Community Development, and finally Chief Accountant (8 years).  He was also the Fiscal Manager for Montgomery County’s Department of Housing and Community Development (8 years), and Director of Finance for Caln Township, Chester County for 5 years prior to coming to Warrington.

Mr. Luber has a Master’s Degree in Management from Gwynedd Mercy University and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Drexel University.  He also completed courses in the Masters of Public Administration program at Penn State University. Mr. Luber is also an active member of Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA).

Christian R. Jones, Assistant Township Manager
852 Easton Road, Warrington, Pa 18976
Phone:(215) 343-9350
Email: cjones@warringtontownship.org

cjonesAssistant Township Manager- Christian R. Jones

Mr. Jones received his Bachelor Degree in History from Temple University and he received his Master Degree in Public Administration with a Certificate in City Management from Villanova University.

Mr. Jones also served as Villanova University’s 2016-2017 International City/County Management Association (ICMA) Student Chapter President. He has been working in local government since 2009 gaining experience in various areas including: administration, parks and recreation, zoning, code enforcement, emergency management and water and sewer.

Mr. Jones is an active member of ICMA, the Association of Pennsylvania Municipal Management (APMM), the Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association (PMAA) and was appointed the Coordinator for the Bucks County Consortium of Communities in November of 2017.

Starting as a temporary employee in Warrington Township’s Code Enforcement Department and subsequently becoming an Intern for the same Department, he then became the Water and Sewer Services Coordinator in January 2015, and transitioned into the Director of Water and Sewer/Assistant to the Manager position in October 2015. Christian was  promoted to Assistant Township Manager in November of 2019.

Barbara Livrone
852 Easton Road
Warrington, Pa 18976
(215-343-9350 x 102)

Barbara J. Livrone, Executive Assistant to the Township Manager/Board Secretary/Open Records Officer

In 1993, I was hired by the Warrington Township Municipal Authority.  Warrington Township dissolved the Municipal Authority and moved the staff from 2210 Shetland Drive to the existing Township building.  I worked for the water and sewer department and the finance department.  In 2001, the water and sewer department relocated to 1585 Turk Road under the direction of former Manager, Fred Achenbach.  As Mr. Achenbach’s assistant, I worked for the department until May 2009 when I became Executive Assistant to the Township Manager.  This position I hold today along with the title of Secretary to the Board of Supervisors and Open Records Officer.

My prior job experience includes working with a real estate company as a conveyancer, Manager of the Bucks County Board of Assessment Appeals and a supervisor position held with the Bucks County Planning Commission.  These positions have enabled me to bring governmental experience to Warrington Township.  A graduate of Central Bucks High School West, I have taken law and accounting courses at Delaware Valley College (now University), Manor Junior College and Bucks County Community College.

Since 1993, I have witnessed many changes in the Township, including ongoing residential and commercial development, road improvements, and park and recreation upgrades.  I am proud to be part of a Township staff that works hard assisting the Board of Supervisors in making Warrington a better place to live, work, and play. 

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