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Fulton County hires new historian

November 28, 2013

JOHNSTOWN — A Gloversville woman was appointed Monday by the Fulton County Board of Supervisors as the county’s new part-time historian....

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drugsrus

Nov-29-13 5:58 PM

wow, imagine that - she wants to expand the presence on social media -- then I think she owes at least 1/2 her first years pay to Steve Oare, who has already done that

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revoltnow

Nov-29-13 2:27 PM

gee, she has a degree. that must mean nobody else qualified so no reason to ask the little people there opinion. what does this person know or give a crap about fulton co.? maybe she does.. would be nice to know either way.

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Gofigure

Nov-29-13 12:01 PM

And my husband says to add how much tax payers money got wasted on all this nonsense?

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Gofigure

Nov-29-13 11:14 AM

But seriously the Leader managers come off as bigger hypocrites than the DA. Their unhappy little doom and gloom reporter has overly lambasted the only person who writes anything worth reading in their own newspaper yet they keep on printing his column. And the DA must be more about ego than politics to attack somebody in her own party rather than settle her little hissy fit in house. And she expects to get reelected while the Morrison murderer is still loose? People don't forget these things. Good luck to the new historian. Maybe she should give that hyper DA some coffee for Christmas.

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Gofigure

Nov-29-13 10:59 AM

They probably had the DA swear her in on a coffee pot.

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lizzie

Nov-29-13 10:21 AM

A $6000 year position, and her appointment can't be discussed in open session? Doesn't seem right...hope the vote was in open session.

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TiredOfTax

Nov-29-13 9:13 AM

I say give her a coffee pot, that will avoid one of the stumbling blocks! I hope that Samantha Hall-Saladino is happy and successful in her new position! Good luck!

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daywash123

Nov-29-13 5:46 AM

You can't just emphasize the positive in this situation, you have to drag out Coffe-Pot Gate. Sorry, not relevant to the hiring of this lady, smacks of sensationalism.

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