Schoharie hires first administrator
Sep 10, 2015 12:01 am
Timothy Knight in The Watershed Post reports that Schoharie County has hired its first administrator. On Tue., Sept. 8, the Schoharie County Board of Supervisors hired Steve Wilson as the county's first full-time administrator. He gets a $100,000 salary and begins before October 1. Town of Schoharie Supervisor Gene Milone led the effort to hire an administrator, after a 2013 investigation found widespread dysfunction in Schoharie's county government, according to the story. All but three upstate counties have a full-time administrative officer, with neighboring Delaware County also without someone in that role. Read the full story in The Watershed Post.