The Wayne County Board of Supervisors has officially reorganized for 2020.
Palmyra Town Supervisor Ken Miller, a Republican, was named chair for the upcoming year. He succeeds Supervisor Steve LeRoy, who retired from his role at the end of 2019.
“I would like to thank the Board of Supervisors for their support and trust,” Miller said according to the Finger Lakes Times. “I will need both as chairman. We will have challenges and some differences of opinion, but we will always keep the best interests of our county in the forefront.”
Republican supervisors hold a 14-1 margin on the board, which means that when they caucus – it can be to sort out things like chairmanship. Even if it’s something that should be discussed in open session – Open Meeting Laws don’t apply to caucus sessions.
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