LEWISTON – Henry M. Sloma, prominent on the area business and political scenes for decades, said Thursday he’s looking to simplify his life, so he’s resigning from two of his numerous positions.
“I’m trying to narrow down the amount of activity,” said Sloma, 70. “I’m simplifying my life, and so is my wife.”
Sloma resigned earlier this week from the board of the Niagara Tourism and Convention Corp., and Thursday penned a resignation from the state Professional Medical Conduct Board.
Sloma said he expects that he won’t be reappointed by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo to the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority Board of Commissioners when his term expires in June. He has been on that board for 16 years.
But Sloma said he will remain as chairman of the Niagara County Industrial Development Agency “for the time being.”