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Veteran Geneva clerk to resign at year’s end

July 9, 2014

    At the end of a lengthy and involved monthly meeting of the Geneva Town Council Tuesday night, the biggest news of the evening came when a matter not on the agenda was broached by Clerk/Treasurer Bill Warren.
    Without fanfare, Warren announced to the public he has submitted his letter of resignation to councilors, which will become effective Jan. 1, 2015. Since there are two more years remaining on his unexpired term, Warren indicated the Republican Caucus will have the opportunity to name his successor.
    Warren stated he will have been in the post six years when he steps down in January and commented he has enjoyed his tenure in the position, but added, “It’s time. I’m not upset with the town or anything like that. It’s just time” for his retirement, he said, noting he has no other job offers or plans for employment elsewhere.
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