That's Rabbitt now

| 28 Sep 2011 | 02:45

    WARWICK-After years of twice-monthly Town Board meetings, Annie Rabbitt couldn't resist coming to just one more. Although she has been up in Albany serving as the 97th district's assemblywoman for the past two weeks, she came by her old stomping ground to thank her colleagues and to be thanked. Supervisor Michael Sweeton presented Rabbitt with a plaque commemorating her time served on the board and thanking her for the work she did. Department of Public Works Superintendent Jeff Feagles also presented Rabbitt, who was the board's liaison to DPW, with a token of his department's appreciation - a replica of the new snowplow just received by the town. Rabbitt said she always felt fulfilled when she left the Town Hall, knowing she was working with such dedicated people. Now, she spends Monday through Thursday in Albany and Fridays in her Goshen office. She has already started working on issues that plague Warwick, she said, such asaddressing the lack of election inspectors available each Election Day. She has sent out letters to towns asking if they would like to see the pool of potential election workers opened up to include 16-ye