Tory currently serves as the chair of Tredyffrin’s Planning Commission1. She was first appointed to the PC by the Board of Supervisors in 2001. A land use planner by profession, she has played an instrumental role in the review and approval process of many township projects.
Tory served on the Tredyffrin Comprehensive Plan
Steering Committee and contributed to the writing of the Township’s long-term plan. She also was a member of the joint Tredyffrin-Willistown Townships Committee on the Paoli Transit Center, providing input for the revised zoning for Paoli. Tory chaired the Tredyffrin Township Sidewalk Subcommittee, which recommended the plan to build sidewalks around T/E Middle School and Conestoga High School.
Professionally, Tory worked as a project manager for a planning and landscape architecture firm in Paoli. Prior to that, she was a planning manager for Lower Merion Township, and a community planner for Montgomery County Planning Commission.
Tory received an M.S. in City Planning from University of Pennsylvania and a B.A. in Economics from University of Vermont.
A life-long resident of Tredyffrin, she grew up in the northwestern section of the township and attended T/E schools. Tory lives in Wayne with her husband George Broseman and their daughter Carly, who attends Valley Forge Middle School.
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1 Tredyffrin’s Planning Commission is a volunteer group of seven residents appointed by the Board of Supervisors. Each member is appointed to a four-year term. The Board of Supervisors has authorized the Planning Commission to prepare, update and oversee implementation of the Comprehensive Plan, Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance and Zoning Ordinance and to review land development and subdivision applications. Land development decisions by the Planning Commission are final, while the Board of Supervisors has final approval authority on all subdivision applications