The Waterloo Village Board introduced a measure at its last meeting that would eliminate the elected village justice position.
It would be consolidated with the Town of Waterloo’s justice role.
A public hearing on the local law is slated for November 14th at 7 p.m. The public hearing will take place at it’s West Main Street offices.
Both village and town positions are currently held by Conrad Struzik. The budget for village court and its justice is a little under $44,000.
A public vote will be required to eliminate the position, too.
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