During Monday night’s Ontario Town Board meeting, a motion to name Frank Robusto as Interim Town Supervisor passed the board unanimously.
Under New York State Town Law, the board is required to appoint someone to serve for the calendar year, following a vacancy. The vacancy was created when elected Town Supervisor Joe Molino turned in his resignation on January 4th, just 3 days into his term.
An election will be held in November for residents to vote for a candidate who will then serve one year (to fill the remaining time of the existing two year term)
Robusto appointed Ontario Town Supervisor https://t.co/d6UVEqvLqO
— The Times of Wayne County (@WayneTimes) January 13, 2018