There wasn’t a lot of change between 2019 and 2020 in Ontario County. At least not on the County’s governing body.
The Board of Supervisors met this week, re-appointing Victor Town Supervisor Jack Marren, a Republican, to it’s top-leadership post. He’ll serve another term as chairman of the board.
Richmond Town Supervisor Daryl Marshall was the only new face to be elected to the body in November’s election. Kristin Mueller was re-appointed clerk of the board, as well as Holly Adams to the county attorney position. Canandaigua City Supervisor David Baker will also continue as budget officer for the board.
Marren has served as chair of the board since 2013. He’s been leading the town of Victor for 12 years. He was also recently elected president of the New York State Association of Counties.
Marren told The Messenger Post after the meeting that a number of issues are important for the upcoming year. That said, educating the public, and raising awareness about new cash bail reforms that could impact the County’s bottom line will be priorities. He says the Board will also stay focused on readying for the 2020 Census.
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