FLUSHING — Flushing City Council has temporarily filled the City of Flushing’s treasurer position and completed other key appointments to the Planning Commission, the Flushing City Parks & Recreation Committee and the Corridor Improvement Authority.
At the Sept. 14 meeting, the council appointed Kim Lynch as the interim Flushing City Treasurer to replace Paul Borle, who resigned on Aug. 31. Lynch was the former city treasurer until the summer of 2019, when she stepped away to handle family responsibilities.
Other appointments were as follows: Greg Bois was reappointed to the Planning Commission for a three-year term; Mayor Pro Tem Edward Sullivan was selected as a city council representative to the Planning Commission; Beth Roman was reappointed to the Flushing City Parks & Recreation Committee for an unexpired term ending in 2022; Seth Neblock was appointed to the Flushing City Parks & Recreation Committee for a three-year term; Gerald Spalding was appointed to the SALT board for a three-year term; and Mary Doak was appointed to the Corridor Improvement Authority. Mayor Joseph Karlichek was also appointed to be Flushing’s representative to the Small Cities Council. — B.G.