Broome County Legislature to Consider Appointment of Endwell Resident George Phillips to the County Legislature

Chairman Jerry Marinich today announced that the Legislature will consider the appointment of George Phillips to represent County Legislative District 8 at its November 21st Session.

As announced previously, the seat will become vacant due to the resignation next week of current Legislator John Black.  Black will accept an appointment as Town of Union Justice effective November 18th.

George Phillips is a local educator at the High School and College level.  Prior to teaching, George developed first-hand knowledge of government while serving as an aide to a U.S. Congressman.

“The residents of Endwell will be well served by having George Phillips as their CountyLegislator,” said Chairman Jerry Marinich.  “George’s work teaching young people about government and history and his commitment to serving his community makes him a great choice to replace Legislator John Black.”

George has deeps roots in the community and resides with wife Diana and their three children on

Phyllis Street
in Endwell.

“Growing up in Endwell and now raising my family here, I’m honored by this opportunity to represent the residents of Endwell in the CountyLegislature,” said George Phillips.  “I look forward to working with my new colleagues on the Legislature and will focus on bringing new jobs to the area.”


11/08/2013 - 3:38pm