WESTERN CHESTER – The Chester County Board of Agricultural Development has announced the appointment of new board members Cassandra Long, owner of Kolb’s Farm and Dairy Store in Spring City, and Vincent M. Pompeo, Esquire, partner of Lamb McErlane, a lawyer in West Chest.

“We are delighted that Cassandra and Vince have joined us on the Ag Council,” said Hilary Krumrich, Chester County Ag Director. “Their diverse agricultural experience will be incredibly useful when we begin implementing the county’s first strategic economic development plan.”

Long along with her husband Bobby owns and operates Kolb’s farm shop and dairy company. They milk about 50 cows and process them on the farm. They sell their dairy products in their store as well as to other wholesale accounts. Long also serves as the Delaware County Princess Dairy Promotion Coordinator and Dairy Team Coach. In 2017, she traveled on government marketing and promotion of the dairy industry as an alternative dairy princess to Pennsylvania.

Pampa is a partner and chair of the Department of Municipal Law and the Environmental Law Practice Group at Lamb McErlane. His areas of practice are municipal, land use and environmental law. He is the chairman of the board of directors of Lundale Farms Inc., a nonprofit community of sustainable agriculture in South Coventry and East Nantes, and has been appointed to work in the governor’s working group on local government of the Pennsylvania Special Pipeline Infrastructure Group.

He recently retired as a long-term leader in the town of East Bradford, where he led his open space program, and continues to serve as a lawyer in a number of municipalities in Chester and Montgomery counties.

For more information on Chester County Board members and the work program: www.chescofarming.org

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