I checked on her:
Diana L. Irey
Washington County Commissioner
Diana Irey, elected in 1996, is the only woman ever to be elected as a Washington County commissioner. She is now in her tenth year of public service.
Diana has held a number of positions helping to steer the Washington County area toward increased economic growth. She served on the board of the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission; co-chaired its Committee to Develop the Former Alcoa building into a regional renaissance tower, served on the boards of the Southwestern Pennsylvania Growth Alliance and Pittsburgh Regional Alliance executive board and co-chaired their business attraction committee.
Appointed by Governor Tom Ridge, Diana served on the Port of Pittsburgh Commission. And she is past president of the Mon Valley United Way.
For these and other endeavors, she was named one of the top 60 Pittsburghers of the year by Pittsburgh Magazine in December 1999 and was honored to be chosen as the 1998 spring distinguished ethics speaker for the Beard Center for Leadership in Ethics at Duquesne University.
Commissioner Irey lives in Carroll Township with her husband Bob and their three children; Victoria (16), Frank (15) and Alexandra (12).
There's a mention on her website that she's had IIRC seven consecutive budgets without a tax increase. If I got the facts right, that's impressive.