TOWN MILESTONE — The Boston Republican Committee hosted a tax day celebration on April 15 at Couzin’s, recognizing officials Martin Ballowe, Jeffrey Genzel and Jay Boardway for lowing town taxes. Photos by Andrew Manzella.
BOSTON — The town of Boston Republican committee hosted a gathering at Couzin’s in Hamburg, to commemorate the tax-lowering success of the town board. The guests of honor were Town Supervisor Martin Ballowe, Board Member Jay Boardway and Board Member Jeffrey Genzel.
“Its definitely a group effort,” Ballowe said, about lowering town taxes, for three years in a row. “I don’t sit and do the budget, by myself. I do it with every department and they really understood our concept of running the town like a business.”
GUESTS OF HONOR — Pictured, from left: Boston Board Member Jay Boardway, Justice Debra Bender, Boston Supervisor Martin Ballowe and Board Member Jeffrey Genzel.
Jeff Genzel said, “This is the first time we have done something like this, to kick off the campaign season.”
In attendance at the restaurant were many individuals who work for the town of Boston. The members of the town board met and socialized with the attendees.
“[This year] really was productive,” Ballowe said.
GRAB A BITE — Pictured is the spread Couzin’s put out, for the tax day celebration.
“I couldn’t be prouder. I can say I can really hold my head high and say we did a great job.” Couzin’s is located at 7115 Boston State Road in Hamburg.