Waterloo Town Supervisor Don Trout will seek the chairmanship of the Seneca County Board Of Supervisors in 2022.
The Republican has been on the board since 2011, and was recently re-elected to another four-year term. He ran unopposed.
“I will look for support to be chairman next year,” Trout told the Finger Lakes Times. “I hope it goes better than the other two times I tried.”
Current Chairman Bob Hayssen, a Varick Republican, will not seek another term.
Trout has chaired the board’s public works committee since joining the board and currently serves as majority leader, too.
The chairmanship carries a salary of little more than $18,000 per year.
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