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Endicott Trustees Sworn In

Eileen Konecny and Frank Flint were both sworn in as trustees to the Village of Endicott Wednesday afternoon.

Some issues that both trustees would like to tackle are safety, cleanliness, the police and fire departments contracts, and finding a new owner for the k-mart plaza.
     
"Well I know that the police contract and the fire contract are on the line and I'll be involved with that. I'm always a huge advocate of protective safety in the village," Eileen Konecny a Trustee of the Village of Endicott.

"We hope to find someone to take over the K-Mart plaza as it was because we have no department stores over this way, it was a convenience and the only one we had," said Frank Flint, Trustee Village of Endicott.

Eileen Konecny is an multiple sclerosis advocate, dental hygienist, and mother of two. Frank Flint has served as a trustee for the village for six years.

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