Re-elect Kermit Arrington Le Roy Town Justice
Submitted by Kermit Arrington on November 2, 2009 - 9:14pm
My name is Kermit Arrington. I am running for my 6th term as Le Roy Town Justice. I am a lifelong LeRoyan and have dedicated 56 years to LeRoy municipal government. After graduating from LeRoy High School I served in WWII in the 758th 64th Tank Division and also did a stint in the military police. I spent 34 years working at the Le Roy department of Public Works supervising that department the last 20 years of my career. After retiring I was hired as a special investigator for Jones Chemical where I worked for ten years.
In 1989 I was given the award of Le Royan of the Year. I am very proud of this achievement and have served on the steering committee to seek and elevate this prestigious award. I have spent my life dedicated to sports in Le Roy; umpiring and refereeing baseball and football from the Little League and Tyro , through the high school and college level. For many years I was the quarterback of the semi-pro All Le Roy football team The safety and well being of our youth have always been a deep concern of mine. I am a lifelong member of the Excelsior Hook and Ladder and volunteer fire department where I served as Foreman for a term. My other associations include Rochester Football Officials Assoc., WNY District Umpires Assoc., WNY Superintendent Assoc. , American Water Works Assoc.
My service as the LeRoy Town Justice began over 20 years ago when I won my first election to the bench. I hear almost 1600 cases per year. The Le Roy Town Court is self supporting and brings in revenue to offset the town budget. As a sitting judge, I look at both sides of each case as the Constitution requires. I consider myself to be fair and above reproach. I am a member in good standing of the Genesee County Magistrates Association and the American Judges Association.
With your support I will continue to see to it that justice is served in the Le Roy court.