About the HRC
In 2020, the Middletown Township Board of Supervisors created the Middletown Human Relations Commission (HRC) and charged it with the task of addressing discrimination in the township, merging the board with the previously-established Disabled Persons Advisory Board.
The HRC conducts public trainings, educational sessions, informational seminars, and community activities to promote diversity, equity and inclusion in Middletown Township. The HRC works with the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission to address complaints made by Middletown residents related to discrimination in housing, employment and public accommodations. If you believe you have been the subject of unlawful discrimination, or to report an issue to the HRC, please contact HRC liaison, Township Manager Stephanie Teoli Kuhls.
Alexander Kaback, Chairperson
David Tilli, Vice Chairperson
Jill Waldbieser, Secretary
Our Mission Statement
The Middletown Human Relations Commission is dedicated to promoting the value of diversity and addressing discrimination based on age, race, color, gender identity, religion, creed, culture, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, ancestry, national origin and mental or physical disability.
Check back to learn more about future awareness and conciousness-raising events hosted by the Middletown Township Human Relations Commission!
File a Complaint
We are here to help. To file a complaint, please submit a completed Complaint Form to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.