Liverpool On Feb. 27 the Liverpool Central School District Board of Education appointed a new member to its ranks and – lo and behold! – the new guy is married to an employee of Liverpool High School!
A majority of the nine-member Liverpool Central School District Board of Education have ties to teachers and the United Liverpool Faculty Association which represents some 1,000 school employees.
Prior to its regular semimonthly meeting, the board interviewed five candidates who volunteered to fill the seat vacated Jan. 26 by John Woloszyn. When the brief questioning concluded, the board appointed Steve DiMarco.
The CEO of Summit Automotive Group, DiMarco is married to Cathy DiMarco who works as a teacher aide in the Liverpool High School attendance office. She previously employed as the attendance secretary at Donlin Drive Elementary.
I don’t know the DiMarcos, but I’m sure they’re fine folks. There’s no denying their roots in the community. Steve is a 1975 graduate of LHS and later earned a master’s in business at Syracuse University.
Later at last week’s meeting, the proposed 2012-13 district budget was unveiled, revealing that costs are increasing primarily in the areas of the teachers’ retirement system, the employee retirement system, health care and labor.
Nick’s clips ‘The King’
My buddy, Randy “The King” Ingerson who lives in Liverpool up on Second Street, got himself a buzz cut not too long ago.
“Looks like you got a haircut,” I commented innocuously.
“Actually, I got ’em all cut,” he responded without missing a beat.
Good one, Randy!
Come to find out he gets trimmed at Nick’s Barbershop located next to the Colonial Laundromat, at 408 Oswego St.; 451-2887.
Randy likes the service at Nick’s where a haircut costs $14, and a hot-towel shave goes for $12. Seniors get clipped for a single sawbuck, and kids’ haircuts cost $11.