New village trustee Fritz Koennecke, right, was sworn in to office on July 1 by Mayor Kurt Wheeler, left, while Trustee Jim Joseph looks on. Wheeler and Trustee Amy Mann also resumed their seats on the board to which they were reelected during the June 18 election.
Photo by Jason Emerson.
continued —Susan Dady as deputy village clerk and treasurer for one year;
—Kerry Bishal as clerk to the justice for one year;
—William Carr as superintendent of public works, zoning enforcement officer and building codes inspector, all for one year each;
—Samuel Usborne as street crew chief for one year;
—Jeffrey Hughes as cemetery superintendent for one year;
—James T. Stokes as village attorney for one year;
—Dunn & Sgromo Engineering as village engineer for one year.
Appointments to the various village municipal boards included:
—Jennifer Gavilondo to a five-year term on the village planning board;
—Jane Nicholson-Dourdas to a three-year term on the zoning board of appeals;
—William Howard Hunt to a five-year term on the zoning board of appeals;
—Scott Shannon to a five-year term on the historic preservation/architectural advisory review committee;
—William Carr as advisor to the planning board for one year;
—Russ Brownback, Steve Thomas and Tom Clarke all to the village ethics committee for terms of one year each;
—Amy Mann, Tom Tait, ted Bartlett, Jennifer Wielt and Betsy Moore as the five officially-appointed members of the village tree commission.
The village board also voted to continue having monthly meetings at 7 p.m. the first Monday of each month (unless otherwise notified) and to designate the Cazenovia Republican as the official village newspaper.
Jason Emerson is editor of the Cazenovia Republican. He can be reached at email@example.com.