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Glenville may rehire retired official

Board to vote on McFarland as paid deputy supervisor

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Glenville is expected to have a new deputy supervisor this week, and it should be a familiar face to town residents. Town Supervisor Chris Koetzle said he wants to appoint recently retired Director of Operations Jamie MacFarland to the post. The town board is set to vote on the appointment at an organizational meeting Wednesday. The move would be a departure from the tradition of appointing a board member to the role, Koetzle said, but ...


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comanche
January 4, 2014
10:59 p.m.

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He has had a full career here. How about giving someone else an opportunity.

Cortsmom87
January 6, 2014
7:57 a.m.

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If Koetzle could not think he could handle the job by himself, then why was he approved for such a large salary increase and in addition- now the Town is paying someone else to help him? We are so sorry we ever voted for him. Let's see if we really get the Applebees that is promised in the old Teresa's/Homestyle location. Hmmmm how long did it take before Panera was allowed to build?

jfaulkn1
January 6, 2014
3:49 p.m.

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Schenectady County corruption at it's finest! Both parties must go.

Cortsmom87
January 7, 2014
7:04 a.m.

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I agree JJF Koetzle is certainly power hungry. He is like the big bully from high school. He has fired people, rehired people, all obviously premeditated.

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