Mayor. The Mayor is elected at Large to a 4-year term, and serves as the "weak executive". Municipal Government in Doylestown dates to 1838 with the incorporation of the Borough of Doylestown, one of approximately 2,500 municipalities in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 10 Doyle Street. Doylestown, PA 18901.
Among the signers were Andrew Armstrong, John Armstrong, John Davis, Andrew Denison, Jesse Fell, Joseph Fell, John Ingham (of Ingham Springs), Michael Frederick Kolb, Zebulon M. Pike (of Lumberton), Samuel Preston, Robert Shewell, Walter Shewell, and Fulkerd Sebring. 
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History. William Doyle's 18th Century Inn, founded at the intersection of the Philadelphia to Easton, and Swedsford to Coryell's Ferry roads, was the seed that bloomed into the town now known as Doylestown. As a major crossroads in a largely agricultural area, Doylestown became a central village in the County, leading to its designation as the ...
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Doylestown Rotary Award: 1955 Chevy "Concrete Alibi" (Garry Gallo) - #169; Mayor's Cup: 1957 Chevy BelAir Nomad (Russ Schempp) - #1636; Club Participation Award: Bucks County Exotics (15 Cars in Attendance) Ladies' Choice: 1956 Porsche Speedster Carrera (Roger Dawson) - #410; Horrendous Horsepower: 1967 Chevelle (Daniel Lutz) - #1580
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Government Community News Contact Government The Mayor Noni (Elnora) West, Mayor of Doylestown Borough email@example.com 215.345-4140 Noni (Elnora) West was raised in Doylestown attending both Lenape and Central Bucks High School (before East or South).