Legislator Sparaco Resigns from Clarkstown Job

On Wednesday Rockland County Legislator Frank Sparaco announced that he ha formally subitted his resignation as Confidential Secretary for Wayne Ballard, Clarkstown’s Highway Superintendent. Sparaco was hired on July 1 after Ballard’s former confidential secretary of sixteen years Nancy Willen decided to retire and his first position with the Highway Department as a Constituent Services Representative ended on June 30 when three boar members voted to eliminate funding for the job. The Confidential Secretary position payed Sparaco $103,600 a year, and he earns $32,000 a year as a Legislator, he stated on Wednesday that he does not have another job yet but he is ready to move forward to something new. Last month Sparaco attempted to make control of the Clarkstown GOP Committee, unsuccessfully losing the open spots to supporters of County Executive Ed Day and former County Republican Party Chairman Vincent Reda, who recently retired. Lawrence Garvey of Nyack took Reda’s place in the position. Ballard stated that he will be filling Sparaco’s job soon and wishes him luck in the future.

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