Office of the Treasurer Role
Kelly understands the intricacies of the Treasurer’s role:
Throughout her banking career, Kelly has worked with the current Treasurer to help provide options for investable funds. Under Pennsylvania’s Act 72, legislation requiring financial institutions to pool collateral for all governments and have the collateral held by an approved custodian in the institution’s name, as well as the County’s investment policy, there are certain restrictions imposed upon Public Funds. Kelly’s experience has provided her a working knowledge of the requirements of Act 72 as well as experience in working within a defined investment policy.
Cumberland County is financially solvent and operates efficiently. The Treasurer acts as the steward and protector of these funds for the benefit of the residents and programs offered across the County. Kelly possesses the financial experience to continue to manage these county funds effectively and she is pleased to have the support of the current Treasurer, John Gross, who has dutifully served the County for nearly 40 years.
"Kelly Neiderer will be an excellent Treasurer for Cumberland County. Kelly’s qualifications and experience are unmatched. Our tax dollars will be in good hands with Kelly Neiderer."
-John C. Gross, Cumberland County Treasurer
What does the Office of the Cumberland County Treasurer do?
- Receiving and depositing all monies daily for operational accounts/funds of the County
- Invest and manage the county operational funds in accordance with the guidelines for public funds.
- Maintain all cash balances daily for County bank accounts
- Collection and disbursement of the 3% County Hotel Tax.
- Serves as a member of the County Retirement Board alongside County Commissioners and County Controller, which operates under the County Pension Law, Act of August 31, 1971, P.L. 398, No. 96, as amended, 16 P.S. §11651, et seq.; overseeing the pension money for all current and retired county employees.
- Source for licensing – acting as an agent for the PA Department of Agriculture, PA State Police, PA Fish and Boat Commission, and PA Game Commission to issue licenses such as:
- Sportsmen & Hunting.
- Small Games of Chance and Bingo