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Town of Sennett opens new veterans affairs office

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In a significant development for Cayuga County, the Sennett Town Hall celebrated the opening of its first veterans affairs office, marking a milestone as the county’s first municipality-driven initiative to support veterans. Supervisor Thomas Blair spearheaded the ribbon-cutting ceremony, highlighting the renovations that included not only the veterans affairs office but also a shared space with the town historian, complete with modern technology and security enhancements.


The office, staffed by Auburn native and Army veteran Adam Jenks, alongside fellow Army veteran Scott Longtin and town board member Jim Vivenzio, aims to provide comprehensive services to veterans. The team has adorned the town hall with historic documents and maps, enhanced by a new digital printer for better document preservation. Local artist and Air Force veteran Tony Clubine contributed a mural symbolizing military service, adding a creative touch to the space.

This initiative represents a dedicated effort to support the approximately 3,500 residents of Sennett, offering a localized resource for veterans in need of assistance. The establishment of this office underscores the community’s commitment to honoring and aiding its veterans, with the aim of improving outreach and accessibility to vital services.