Mark Hills, a village resident for almost five years, said his past involves serving on community committees and not-for-profits throughout Central New York, to include sundry chambers of commerce and Hospice of CNY. Hills said he is looking forward to getting involved with the village.
"There's a lot of great opportunities for people of all ages to get involved," he said, noting he is committed to continuing "great programs for youth."
"I want to make sure those continue, to give children a great foundation on which to grow up," he said.
Penhall, who declared himself a "one-termer" from the start, said he plans to remain active in the community and may eventually seek election for a town office, though he didn't reveal any one specifically.