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County Administrator Joe Mareane on Medical Leave, to Retire November 30

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County Administrator Joe Mareane on Medical Leave, to Retire November 30

Monday, November 13, 2017

County Legislature Chair Michael Lane today announced that County Administrator Joe Mareane is taking a medical leave from the County beginning Monday, November 13.

Mareane had earlier announced his plan to retire on February 1, 2018. In order to focus on his recovery, Mareane has advised Chairman Lane of his intent to accelerate his retirement date to November 30. He has served as Tompkins County Administrator since leaving his post as Onondaga County’s Chief Fiscal Officer in October 2008.

Deputy County Administrator Paula Younger will be serving as interim Administrator pending the selection of a replacement for Mareane—a process already well-underway. Younger has served as the County’s Deputy Administrator for the past eleven years.