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January 4, 2013

County refuse director resigns in midst of dispute

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Tonawanda News — Syracuse has asked Glatz and the county attorney’s office to determine whether the director’s post legally has to be filled, or if the county could get by assigning duties to other employees including Timm. Personally, he said, he’d prefer the post go unfilled so the district saves on the $68,000 salary that’s attached.

The 2013 refuse district budget already anticipates two mid-year job cuts, for a heavy equipment operator and an account clerk.

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