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Town Board to fill vacant seat

Posted: 
May 7, 2009

In March and April, by means of notice posted on the town's Web site, and by articles appearing in the Brighton-Pittsford Post and the Democrat and

Chronicle, the Town Board solicited resumes from residents interested in appointment to the vacancy on the Pittsford Town Board. The vacancy was created when John E. Bernacki Jr. became Town Justice.

On the basis of its evaluation of responses and applicants, the Town Board proposes to appoint Jared C. Lusk to the vacancy at their meeting of May 19.

Jared Lusk, an attorney with Nixon Peabody, formerly served for 4 1/2 years as Town Attorney, and served as Chief of the Pittsford Fire Department from 2007 - 2008, of which he remains a member. He is a life-long resident and the eighth generation Lusk to live in Pittsford. Jared has been married to his wife Lori for over 9 years and has two children, Riley Jane age 8 and Nolan age 6.