Supervisors question attorney's role in airport upgrade

NORWICH – Town of Norwich Supervisor David C. Law unsuccessfully threw his town’s weight behind a move to keep the county’s attorney out of the chain of command regarding credit card processing at the airport.



The Republican and chairman of planning and economic development for Chenango County joined all but two Democrats and New Berlin’s Ross Iannello, who is politically unaffiliated, in voting for what his committee said was a roadblock to fuel sales.

“We felt he (Attorney Richard W. Breslin) would just prolong it and was going to drag his feet instead of expedite this thing along,” Law said.

Verbiage in a resolution adopted by the full board in August calls for the county attorney’s approval of said contract. According to Law’s committee, Breslin’s approval was not intended to be part of deal. The committee called for an amendment to strike the words.


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