The Municipal League
The Harrisburg Municipal League was officially formed in August of 1902 and lasted until 1946 the death of city councilman and league president, Vance McCormick. The goal of the Municipal League was to develop and improve the issues in the city of Harrisburg, which included sanitation, water and parks. The league was made up of some of Harrisburg's most elite and respected citizens, including league president, Vance McCormick, league secretary, J Horace McFarland, league chairman, E.Z. Wallace, last league vice president's William Lynch Murray and Dr. Roy Stetler and two respected contracters including architect Warren H Manning and sanitary engineer, James H Fuertes.