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Carthage approves signs, makes appointments


CARTHAGE — The village Board of Trustees on Dec. 3 accepted the quote from JCJ Graphix for new signage at the municipal building at a cost not to exceed $675.

Decals are to be created and placed on both sets of entrance doors and the clerk’s office, the Police Department and courtroom doors. Directional signs denoting upstairs and downstairs as well as ones for code enforcement and no smoking also will be made.

The board also agreed to issue all full-time employees and the part-time clerk $40 gift certificates for the Carthage Market.

Annual appointments for the coming year were made: clerk/treasurer and registrar, Kristy L. O’Shaughnessy; deputy clerk, deputy registrar and Planning Board recorder, Wendy Oliver; justice court clerk, Lori A. Borland; acting justice, H. Raymond Taylor; Department of Public Works superintendent, Daniel F. Trembley; historian, Laura M. Prievo; village attorney, Mark G. Gebo, and water superintendent, Ernest L. Prievo.

Official newspapers for the village were designated as the Carthage Republican Tribune and the Watertown Daily Times. First Niagara Bank was designated as official depository for all money received by the village.

Village President G. Wayne McIlroy presented his list of trustee appointments, with Michael F. Astafan as deputy president, DPW liaison, chairman of the Joint Utility Board, Economic Development Corporation of Carthage board member and reviewer of the monthly bills.

Rebecca M. Vary was appointed to oversee buildings/grounds and was made a Joint Utility Board member and a River Area Council of Governments member.

Kathleen E. Latremore will be the recreation liaison and a Joint Utility Board member.

Linda Smith Spencer was named water department liaison, code enforcement liaison, Joint Utility Board member and reviewer of the monthly bills.

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