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News from the Allegany County Legislature


Meetings today in Belmont announce new Public Works boss

Audio: Legislator Rumfelt wants veterans back in the chambers for the Pledge

Michael T. Baldwin Reports

The Allegany County Legislature Wednesday afternoon approved Thomas Windus of the Town of Genesee to continue his appointment as County Superintendent of Public Works with an annual salary of $130,000. The new tern extends until August 2026 with an annual salary of $130,000. The appointment was approved by a vote of 13-0.

Legislators also approved a deal with PrimeCare Medical of New York, Inc. to provide medical services at the Allegany County Jail. The agreement will run through August 2023. The County agreed to pay $1,132, 674.

At the close of the meeting, legislator Jim Rumfelt of Andover asked if Veterans could return to the meeting to say the Pledge of Allegiance. Here is the audio of that exchange with Chairman Stockin:

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