Donald Przybyl, the Democratic candidate for Elma town supervisor, said if elected he would hire a single town attorney with municipal and trial experience to reduce the amount of money spent on hiring outside counsel. An article in some editions of Monday's News incorrectly said he would hire a second attorney. He said he also would save almost $9,000 by cutting the supervisor's pay 15 percent. The article incorrectly said the move would save $5,000.
Newstead Supervisor David L. Cummings, a Democrat running for re-election in Tuesday's election, also is running on the Independence, Conservative and Working Families party lines. A story in some editions Tuesday did not include his minor party lines. Justin Rooney, a Town Board member running for re-election, also is running on the Conservative Party line. The story only included his other lines, the Democratic, Independence and Working Families parties.
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