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Ticonderoga readies for 2013

Board makes appointments

Ticonderoga’s town board is ready for 2013, making a series of appointments during its annual organizational meeting.

Ticonderoga’s town board is ready for 2013, making a series of appointments during its annual organizational meeting.

— Ticonderoga’s town board is ready for 2013, making a series of appointments during its annual organizational meeting.

“The organizational meeting is a good synopsis of what makes up a town,” Supervisor Deb Malaney said. “It’s more than just committee assignments, it’s a look at everything a town does.

“We’re looking forward to a very good 2013,” she continued. “We’re in great financial shape. Things are going well.”

Joining Malaney on the town board this year are trustees Wayne Taylor, Jeff Cook, David Iuliano and Steve Whitford.

Committee assignments include:

— public works, Taylor and Cook;

— operation efficiency, Malaney and Taylor;

— buildings and grounds, Iuliano and Whitford;

— parks, recreation, historical lands, monuments and beach, Cook and Iuliano;

— economic development, Malaney and Iuliano;

— airport, Whitford and Iuliano;

— highway and compact/recycling, Cook and Taylor;

— human services, youth-/seniors, Iuliano and Cook;

— public safety, Whitford and Iuliano;

— library, cable TV, Whitford and Iuliano;

— insurance, Taylor and Malaney;

— contract negotiations, Malaney and Taylor; and

— transfer station, Taylor and Whitford.

Other appointments include:

— John Bartlett as deputy supervisor;

— Amy Quesnel as clerk to the supervisor and budget clerk and alternate personnel officer;

— Karla Vigliotti as budget and personnel officer;

— William Dolback as town historian and cemetery sextant;

— Sue Allen as deputy town clerk;

— Farelly Ezzo as deputy superintendent of highways;

— Wayne Wagner as building inspector/code enforcement officer;

— William Ball as part-time code enforcement officer;

— John Deming as town surveyor;

— James Gabler as health officer;

— Linda Moore as clerk to the zoning board of appeals;

— Stuart Baker as chairman of Ticonderoga planning board;

— the firm of FitzGerald, Morris, Baker, & Firth as town attorney;

— Michael Richardson as labor relations consultant;

— Tonya Thompson as vital statistics registrar and Allen as deputy vital statistics registrar;

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