In one of the first official acts of his return to office as town supervisor, Jeremy Wilber surprised colleagues and other attendees of the Town Board’s January 3 meeting by appointing 18-year-old Liam Kahn, a lifelong Woodstock resident with an avowed interest in public service, to the position of deputy supervisor.
Kahn, an intern in the Kingston office of Congressman Maurice Hinchey and a three-time participant in the annual Harvard Model Congress program for high school students, is pursuing a GED diploma and expects to enroll later this month at Ulster County Community College. In accepting . . .
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