The Greenburgh Town Board will meet this morning with finalists for the Court Administrator position before selecting a successor for the outgoing administrator. The final two or three candidates will be interviewed.
The board is holding a special board meeting at 11 a.m. at Town Hall, 177 Hillside Ave., to appoint the successor to Regina Hill, who announced earlier this month she is leaving for a job in Port Chester. Replacing her quickly is a priority for the town because of ongoing efforts to clear a backlog of as many as 80,000 traffic tickets. (Read our coverage of the court administrator and ticket backlog here, here and here.)
At 5 p.m., the town will hold the swearing-in ceremony for new Town Justices Arlene Gordon-Oliver, who was re-elected, Walter Rivera and Delores Scott Brathwaite. Theodore Jones, an Associate Judge of the New York State Court of Appeals, will officiate the ceremony, which will take place at Town Hall.
UPDATE: The interviews are done but the board postponed its decision on the new court administrator until tomorrow morning. Supervisor Paul Feiner said the board is still checking candidate references and has not made an offer.