With the warmer weather this past weekend it was an opportunity to get outside and do some work around the house or just take a walk to enjoy being outdoors. When I came in at the end of the day with my dogs, I was surprised to see that I had more than one deer tick on me this early in the year!
I’d like to use this week’s column to remind everyone that ticks are starting to become active with this mild weather and everyone should protect themselves from these aggravating arachnids. Wearing light colored clothing makes it easier to spot them on you or using insect repellent will increase the odds of keeping ticks from biting you.
The Village of Florida is seeking a part-time Treasurer. A Bachelor’s Degree in accounting or finance is required. Hours are flexible, must be able to attend monthly (evening) meetings. Municipal Accounting experience is preferred.
Duties include: Financial management of expenditures, receivables and deposits; Preparing Payroll and Direct Deposit Preparing; Reviewing and maintaining Village Budget; Filing Annual Financial Statement; Completing all necessary State and Federal Tax filings (Workers Comp, Unemployment, Income Tax etc.); and other duties if necessary.
Please send your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to Village of Florida, 33 South Main St., Florida, NY 10921. ATTN: Colleen Wierzbicki or email to email@example.com.
The above column, written by Village of Florida Mayor Daniel Harter, Jr., has been published in the Feb. 26 issue of the Warwick Valley Dispatch.