Greenville Legislator chosen as majority leader
Jan 03, 2013 8:25 am
Ariel Zangla is reporting in the Daily Freeman the Greene County Legislature has a new majority leader. At a meeting Wed., Jan. 2, the county’s Republican lawmakers chose Kevin Lewis of Greenville to serve as the Legislature’s majority leader. Lewis is starting his second three-year term on the Legislature. He succeeds Keith Valentine of Catskill. Democrats once again chose James Van Slyke of New Baltimore to serve as minority leader. Read the full story in the Daily Freeman.