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Outgoing Skaneateles officials recognized

Skaneateles Fire Department President Jim Buff hands a gift to Terri Roney after thanking her, Steve McGlynn and Rick Keyes for their service.

Skaneateles Fire Department President Jim Buff hands a gift to Terri Roney after thanking her, Steve McGlynn and Rick Keyes for their service. Photo by Joe Genco.

“Steve is the youngest board member I have worked with and he reminded me of what it was like to be young and have all that energy. Steve never lacked ideas for any project or idea that came along,” she said.

Lastly, Greenfield and Aaron spoke to honor Roney for her four years as supervisor, during which the board was a tight-knit and effective group they said.

“Not only were you the first woman supervisor, in my opinion, you’re the best the town has ever had,” Greenfield said. “You had to make some tough decisions over the past four years, there was a couple hiccups, but with your leadership it was done by the book and it has been great just to know you, let alone work with you.”

“Thank you Terri, we may be losing a supervisor, but we all gained a friend,” Aaron said.

In other business:

-- The board announced that Code Enforcement Officer Adam D’Amico, who had been recently hired to replace Williams, has resigned from his new post with the town, due to taking another job.

Joe Genco is the editor of the Skaneateles Press. He can be reached at editor@skaneatelespress.com.

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