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Key posts shift in Warren Co. as new supervisors join board

Warren County supervisors take their oath of office at the county Board of Supervisors’ annual reorganizational meeting held Jan. 3. A variety of leadership positions were shuffled due to five new supervisors joining the board, replacing some veteran lawmakers who had held key policy-making positions.

Warren County supervisors take their oath of office at the county Board of Supervisors’ annual reorganizational meeting held Jan. 3. A variety of leadership positions were shuffled due to five new supervisors joining the board, replacing some veteran lawmakers who had held key policy-making positions. Photo by Thom Randall.

— Taking over Bill Loeb’s leadership of the Social Services Committee is Queensbury at-large Supervisor Mark Westcott. Replacing Dave Strainer on the Community College Committee is Peter McDevitt. Taking on the leadership of the Human Services Committee is Dan Girard.

Joan Sady reappointed as Clerk of Board

Joan Sady, Clerk of the Warren County Board of Supervisors, was unanimously re-appointed to her position Jan. 3 at the county’s annual reoganizational meeting.

The position requires such a vote every two years, and Sady is now entering her fifth term.

The position not only involves recording the proceedings of the board but accomplishing a wide variety of administrative duties for the county’s legislative body, including work for the county Administrator and the county’s Board of Supervisors chairman.

After her reappointment, Sady deferred credit to her staff: Deputy Board Clerk Amanda Allen, as well as Charlene DiResta, Sarah McLenithan and Samantha Hogan. She also introduced her brother-in-law Brian Engle and his daughter Bryana to those attending the ceremonious meeting.

“I am forturnate to have a very competent and dedicated staff,” Sady said.

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