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County names new acting administrator

YATES COUNTY--The Yates County Legislature named Winona 'Nonie' Flynn as the new acting county administrator Wednesday, Oct. 31.
Flynn is currently the county treasurer and budget officer. She added the duties of administrator effective Nov. 4.
The legislature created a County Administrator Task Force in June after receiving word that County Administrator Robert Lawton was to be appointed City Manager of Turlock, California. Lawton left Yates County in late June.
The task force, chaired by Legislator Edward Bronson of Middlesex, held multiple meetings, reviewing and modifying the local law creating the position of county administrator and the job description, screening over 20 qualifying applications, conducting telephone interviews and, ultimately, coordinating and conducting face-to-face interviews. Subsequent to the face-to-face interviews, the legislature further considered internal candidates. Flynn emerged as a candidate to act as county administrator.
Flynn served as deputy treasurer for nine months prior to being appointed county treasurer in March of 2013 upon the retirement of then-treasurer Bonnie Percy. She was elected county treasurer later that year and re-elected in 2017, running unopposed both times. She has been budget officer since August of 2015. She has a bachelor's degree in business administration from John Carroll University College of Business and had positions in both private and municipal organizations prior to joining Yates County.
Flynn said, "I am grateful to the legislators and their constituents for this honor and responsibility. I will continue to work hard in collaboration with the legislature and management team to preserve and improve the quality of life for the people of Yates County."
County Administrator Task Force Chair Ed Bronson said, "Yates County is fortunate to have Nonie accept the position of acting county administrator. In her roles as treasurer and budget officer, she is familiar with the management team, our employees, our towns and Yates County government."
Legislature Chair Doug Paddock added, "Nonie has clearly demonstrated leadership as budget officer and streamlined the budget process. She is more than capable of taking on a larger role in Yates County government. We look forward to her continued success and will support her along the way."
Flynn will be paid an additional $26,100 for the county administrative duties in addition to her regular salary and pay for her treasurer and budget officer responsibilities.

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