LIVINGSTON COUNTY — The Livingston County Board of Supervisors named William Mann and Angela Ellis as the new Deputy County Administrators during Wednesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting.
“Deputy County Administrator Angela Ellis and I have had the opportunity to work together on many projects and we have a great working relationship,” said Mann. “I look forward to continued successes with this great team.”
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Mann has been appointed as the Deputy County Administrator for operation and central services, while Ellis has been appointed as the Deputy County Administrator for planning and special projects.
“Livingston County is known across the State for being creative and innovative in addressing community concerns and issues. I find that challenging and exciting,” said Ellis. “I am really honored and I look forward to the experience.”
This is the first time that Livingston County has had two deputy county administrators. Full comments from both Mann and Ellis can be viewed below.
In an email to the Genesee Sun, Mann states:
“I’d like to thank Sheriff Dougherty for the opportunity to serve as the
Director of Communications for the Sheriff’s Office. I’m proud of our
teams success in the major upgrades we accomplished over the past three
As I move forward I’d like the thank County Administrator Ian Coyle, the
selection committee, and the entire Board of Supervisors. I am humbled,
honored, and excited for the opportunity to continue to serve the residents
of our county.
Deputy County Administrator Angela Ellis and I have had the opportunity to
work together on many projects and we have a great working relationship. I
look forward to continued successes with this great team.”
In an email to the Genesee Sun Ellis states: