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Mr. Ken Isaman

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Employment History

  • Town Supervisor
  • Supervisor
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BATH, NY - Today is the ..., 16 Sept 2014 [cached]
BATH, NY - Today is the first day of the Steuben County Court proceedings, of the Frank Libordi lawsuit against Hornellsville Town Supervisor Ken Isaman. Libordi is a North Hornell Village Trustee, who originally sued to have Isaman removed from being the Steuben County Risk Manager and the Hornellsville Town Supervisor at the same time.
To avert the original lawsuit, Isaman resigned from being the county risk manager. However, Libordi's had the lawsuit amended, requesting that that Isaman be removed from being the Hornellsville Supervisor, even though he's not the risk manager any longer.
Libordi also wants to see documents from the Sweeney Agency to Ken Isaman, where Isaman has been a long time employee, as an insurance agent.
That is, until Rochester's ..., 17 Nov 2010 [cached]
That is, until Rochester's Cornerstone Group got in touch with Ken Isaman, town supervisor of Hornellsville.
"He said, 'If you build it, they will come,'" Clar recalled of the conversation with Isaman.
"It's been a great, great effort on everyone's part," Isaman said. "It's the talk of Hornell. The buzz has been great."
He remarked at how quickly construction took place.
"I came down here some days and saw 25 people going different directions. They all meshed, all these great people working together," he said.
"We have entered into an agreement ..., 18 Jan 2015 [cached]
"We have entered into an agreement with the City of Hornell for annexation of eight parcels back to the city," Hornellsville Supervisor Ken Isaman said at a Jan. 13 town board meeting.
I certainly hope it takes away any more animosity between the two entities," Isaman said. Isaman welcomed the breakthrough on some long-disputed issues. He said the agreement serves to "close a chapter of some bickering that dates back 10 to 15 years about the Wegmans-Walmart Plaza, and a misunderstanding somewhere, about how we were going to be paid and reimbursed at certain levels.
The lawsuit targeted Hornellsville, ..., 12 Mar 2015 [cached]
The lawsuit targeted Hornellsville, Supervisor Ken Isaman, Councilman Ron Kennell and several vendors and was brought by dump site owner Brain Gottschall in April of 2013.
Nasca, in response to a request from town officials, summarized the dump site case in a two-page memo to Isaman dated March 9.
At the Tuesday Hornellsville town board meeting, Isaman read Nasca's letter. Following the meeting, Isman said the lawsuit costs the town both time and money. "The insurance company pays (to defend the lawsuit) but our rates will probably go up," Isaman said. He also noted that the town attorney worked on the lawsuit for two years, racking up expenses that are not covered by insurance. All told, legal fees were over $30,000, Isaman said. Isaman said he is gratified the suit was halted when it was, saying the dismissal "saved a lot of people a lot of time and money." The town of Hornellsville has been embroiled in a series of lawsuits over the last several years with at least two still outstanding. Late last month, an Article 78 proceeding that sought to remove Isaman from office was dismissed without prejudice by acting state Supreme Court Justice Marianne Furfure.
Libordi and Stephens contend that Isaman has a conflict of interest between his role as town supervisor and his employment with the Sweeney Agency.
"This is a great opportunity for ..., 11 Jan 2014 [cached]
"This is a great opportunity for the town," Hornellsville Supervisor Ken Isaman said.
"I'm sure we will be seeing you in the community," Isaman commented.
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