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Scotia, Glenville weigh merging of courts

Change could save money, improve service

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Scotia and Glenville are looking seriously at consolidating their courts, a transition that wouldn’t take place until December, when Village Justice Jason Frament ends his four-year term. Village and town officials say consolidation would increase the efficiency of their courts and save taxpayers money. They have been considering such action for at least two years, but state law requires governments to wait until a current justice finishes their term before abolishing a village court. “This ...


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