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Supervisor Bill Reilich Presents Plaques to Current Councilmembers Andrew Conlon and Brett Granville for their Years of Service in the Town of Greece

During Tuesday evening’s Greece Town Board Meeting, Supervisor Bill Reilich presented plaques honoring current councilmembers Andrew Conlon and Brett Granville for their years of service in the Town of Greece.

Andrew Conlon is currently Councilman of the 3rd Ward in Greece. Elected in 2010, he has diligently served 3rd Ward residents for 7 years. Andrew is a lifelong Greece resident and graduate of Greece Athena High School. He received a bachelor’s degree from St. John Fisher College. He currently serves as Constituent Services Coordinator for New York State Senator Joe Robach. This past election season, Andrew was elected to the position of the Town of Greece Receiver of Taxes.

Brett Granville currently serves as Councilman of the 2nd Ward in Greece. A longtime Greece resident, Brett received his bachelor’s degree from St. Bonaventure University. He also holds a Law degree from the Notre Dame Law School. After serving Greece residents as a councilman since 2012, Brett was elected as a Greece Town Judge this past election season.

“I was honored to presents plaques of recognition to two outstanding members of our Greece Town Board” said Supervisor Reilich. “These individuals serve our community every day, and I am proud to work alongside them in the Town of Greece and wish them the best of luck in their new positions”.