Lindstrom and Romanik say goodbye to Silver Creek Village Board


OBSERVER Assistant News Editor

SILVER CREEK – It was an emotional last meeting for Silver Creek Mayor Kurt Lindstrom and Deputy Mayor Amy Romanik.

Lindstrom gave his last comments as mayor and thanked many he has worked with over his 10 years on the board. He listed many accomplishments which he said were shared with his fellow board members who worked for the betterment of the village and did not let party lines divide them. He became teary as he thanked each member of the board for their help.

Trustee Thomas Harmon presented Lindstrom with a plaque for his service to the village.

Romanik said although it is not an easy job it has been “an honor and a privilege to serve on the board for the past four years.” She also thanked the board and the village’s volunteers.

Trustee Nick Piccolo also presented her with a plaque.

Each of the board members thanked Lindstrom and Romanik for their assistance and work while on the board. Piccolo also encouraged residents to vote in today’s election at Mt. Carmel Church between noon and 9 p.m.