The Camillus Village Offices would be shut down should voters approve a plan for the dissolution of the village.
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continued Two people, Karen Kiggins, a Republican, and Patricia Butler, of the Community Party, are now vying for the village’s top spot, despite the potential dissolution on the table.
If the village were to dissolve, the village board would no longer exist and the town’s 1st ward councilor would represent the village’s 1,200 residents. The town would also likely adopt the village’s three highway workers, but the village clerk, deputy clerk and code enforcement officer would lose their jobs.
If the vote is approved Tuesday, the village of Camillus will be the first to dissolve in Onondaga County in 85 years.