PA Turnpike Chair Logan Resigns, Takes Post at Gaming Board

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports, “Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission Chairman Sean Logan resigned Thursday [February 23] and immediately was appointed to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.” The report adds, “Gov. Tom Wolf is expected to nominate a new turnpike commissioner in the next few weeks who must be approved by a two-thirds vote of the state Senate. The five-member commission then will select a new chairman.” Logan was appointed to the Commission in 2013 and became chair in 2015.