Greenman and Koldin have again recused themselves from the second case. The court is awaiting assignment to a jurisdiction.
The Eagle Bulletin attempted to contact Cerio he but could not be reached for comment.
In addition to and unrelated to the recycling charges, the self-employed graphic artist's name appeared in an Oct. 4 police report which was filed in response to a Sept. 30 larceny at the Manlius Fire Department on Stickley Drive.
Serafin, a nonmember who frequents the station regularly to use the gym, was listed as the only guest in the department who was left unsupervised when a sausage lunch prepared early in the day for multiple members was gone upon return from a fire call.
In the police narrative, Fire Chief Paul Whorrall recounted a rash of thefts that had been occurring inside the building for some time. After he held an informal in-house investigation, Whorrall said members suspected Serafin of stealing food items on a repetitive basis.
The Eagle Bulletin attempted to contact Whorrall but he could not be reached for comment.
Serafin was elected mayor in 2009. He won by about 57 votes against opponent Marc Baum, who remains on the board as trustee.