Cortland County Legislature clerk will not seek reappointment

CORTLAND – Jeremy Boylan, the clerk of the Cortland County Legislature since 2008, has announced he will not seek reappointment in January.

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Boylan, who was appointed county historian in June 2006, has withdrawn a letter to the legislature that indicated his intent to be reappointed in 2016.

“Jeremy has faithfully served this County for nearly a decade and he will be missed by this Legislature, his fellow department heads and the public he so generously served,” Donnell Boyden, chairman of the Legislature, said in a press release Tuesday.

Boylan has accepted a position at Bailey Place Insurance and will begin work there in January, according to the release.

“We’re thrilled that Jeremy has decided to join our team here at Bailey Place,” said Stephen Franco, president of Bailey Place. “He has a great reputation in the Cortland community and will be an outstanding asset to our agency.”

Bailey Place Insurance, based in Cortland, provides insurance and risk management services in central New York. The company recently acquired Cotterill Agency, an insurance company based in Dryden.

“I’ve truly enjoyed my time with the county,” Boylan said. “And this is a great opportunity for me to continue to work in my community, with a growing, local company.”

The County Personnel Committee will review the position at its meeting scheduled for November 12.

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