Supervisor Bill Reilich recently swore in the newest elected officials who will serve on Greece town board.
The new representatives are William Murphy, 2nd Ward; Joshua Jensen, 3rd Ward; and Andrew Conlon, receiver of taxes.
Murphy replaces Councilman Brett Granville, who was elected Greece town justice. He previously served as a Greece police officer and chief of Holley Police Department. Murphy will bring his experience in public safety and community service to town hall.
Jensen replaces Conlon to represent the 3rd Ward. He previously served on the town of Greece traffic advisory committee, and is a staff member for State Sen. Joe Robach, R-56th District.
Conlon took on his new position early to assist residents with the prepayment of 2018 town and county taxes. He previously served as councilman for the 3rd Ward in the town of Greece.
“The residents of Greece are so fortunate to have these new elected officials serving our town,” Reilich said. “Their combined experience in elected office, community service and civic involvement will make them excellent representatives for those that live in their respective districts. We have many new initiatives planned, and we are all eager to work together to serve our residents.”
The new town board members joined a recent agenda review workshop. Visit greeceny.gov for upcoming meetings dates and times.