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Lovell Appointed New Seneca County Manager


Seneca County has a new County Manager.

Last night, the Seneca County Board of Supervisors appointed Kyle Lovell as the next County Manager for Seneca County. Lovell has been working as the Deputy County Manager.

He replaces retiring Mitch Rowe.


Board of Supervisors Announces Appointment of Kyle Lovell as Next Seneca County Manager

 August 23, 2023 Waterloo, New York.

 At its Meeting on August 22, 2023, the Seneca County Board of Supervisors appointed Kyle Lovell as the next County Manager for Seneca County.

“The Board of Supervisors is inspired with how quickly Kyle has assumed his duties and grasped day to day County operations,” said Michael Enslow, Chairman of the Seneca County Board of Supervisors. “Although we are heavyhearted to see Mitch move into retirement, we are confident that Kyle can lead our team of supervisors, department heads, and employees into the future.”

“As Chair of the Human Resources and Government Operations Committee, I echo Chairman Enslow’s thoughts on Kyle’s current performance and eagerness to lead Seneca County as the next Chief Administrative Officer for Seneca County,” said Jeffrey Trout, Town of Fayette Supervisor. “No one person can ever be truly prepared to tackle everything from day one, but Kyle’s amazing energy and world class ideas will blend seamlessly with Mitch’s phenomenal dedication and “get things done” legacy. We will be forever grateful to Mitch and, at the same time, do what’s needed to help Kyle be successful.”


Mitch Rowe-Photo by Greg Cotterill, Finger Lakes Daily News.


 “Additionally, on behalf of the Board of Supervisors, I would like to thank Mitch for his many years of dedicatedservice to the people of Seneca County. Very few people have made such a selfless commitment” added Chairman Michael Enslow.

“I am grateful for the opportunity to have returned to Seneca County in 2018 and will always be available to assist going forward,” said Mitch Rowe.

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