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Seneca supervisors will hold special meeting Tuesday: 3 key resolutions on the agenda

The Seneca County Board of Supervisors is set to convene for a special meeting on Tuesday, March 26 at 6:00 p.m., with a handful of resolutions on the agenda.

Among the anticipated actions, the board will consider a Home Rule Request related to Senate Bill No. S 8678 and Assembly Bill No. A 9360, proposing the eligibility of candidates for the County Attorney position from Seneca County or adjacent counties. This initiative, led by Supervisor Don Trout, aims to expand the pool of potential legal representatives for the county.


Additionally, the board is expected to authorize a contract with Thomson Reuters for consolidated legal research services for the District Attorney, Public Defender, and County Attorney’s offices. Recommended by Supervisor Elizabeth Partee, this resolution seeks to ensure continued access to comprehensive legal research tools in a cost-effective manner.

Another significant topic for discussion will be the application for federal funding to support the Ovid-Lodi Development Corridor, aimed at boosting economic development and infrastructure within the south end of the county. This resolution, introduced by Supervisor Trout, highlights the County’s desire to seek federal support for local improvements.