Lowville officials won't rush resolving vacant judge situation
While Lowville town officials likely will discuss their now-vacant judgeship Thursday, they don't plan to take action until they are assured they are proceeding properly.
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#1 Mar 10, 2013
Its easy, have the one judge do the job. If he only did 20 traffic tickets in 2 months why do you need 2 Judges?
Now is the time to save the taxpayers some cash and reduce to one Judge like most small towns have.
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