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July 13, 2009 - 11:41am

New code enforcement officer hired for Batavia, with a year to move to the city

posted by Howard B. Owens in batavia.

Welcome to Batavia, Mr. Douglas Randall. We're sure you will be a fine replacement for retiring City Code Enforcement Officer Mike Smith.

But if you want to keep your job, you better move to Batavia before July -- of next year.

Essentially, that will be the vote before the City Council at tonight's 7 o'clock meeting when the council is asked to approve a residency waiver for Randell, giving him time to locate a suitable abode.

dennis wight
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what happened to ron panek, wasn't he supposed to take over for mike smith? Is he still employed by the city?
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We all know the drill,at the last minute they will grant another waiver so that he doesn't have to live here ever and never pay taxes here..Why not just lower his pay 15% for not living here..,They allowed the asst.manager not to have to live here.....Did they pick from a civil service list...No one in Genesee county wanted this job.. When is Mike Smith retiring..When is the new code officer going to start...Will we have three code officers on the books for awhile..

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