Timothy Lattimore, who recently finished his third and final term as a Cayuga County legislator, is set to fill a vacancy on the county Civil Service Commission.
The county Legislature will vote on Lattimore’s nomination at their meeting on Tuesday, January 25. The seat on the three-person civil service board is being vacated by retiring commissioner Ronald Oughterson, according to The Citizen.
Cayuga County’s commission is responsible for administering the Civil Service Law for county government, school districts, and the majority of municipalities in the county.
Prior to his successful bids for three four-year terms on the Legislature, Lattimore served at the City of Auburn’s mayor from 2002 to 2007. He held a seat on the Auburn City Council from 1988 to 1991, as well as being part of numerous county and city planning boards.
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