Drennan had told Collett the report “looks great” before she presented it. He later apologized for not reading Collett’s entire email in which she commented about the township’s low fund balance.
Collett said she will not step down and will try to work with Dye and Zollinger. She said has spoken with Dye to try to begin to resolve their differences.
Zollinger said he’ll work with Collett and hasn’t suggested she step down.
“I have a job to serve the township, and I have a job to work with my peers who will work with me,” he said.