By ROBERT S. MERRILL
Franklin County has a new weed supervisor. Aaron Hull started his duties on April 1.
Hull is familiar with both the county and noxious weeds. He is a native of the community and has been working for the past six years as weed supervisor in Oneida County.
Hull said when he found out about the opening in Franklin County he jumped at the chance to apply.
“This is home. This is where I grew up. I wanted to bring my kids and my wife back to Franklin County. I’m excited to begin my duties as weed supervisor here,” he said. “It’s been a pleasure to see familiar faces and familiar places the past 17 days.”
Hull’s father, Jim, recently retired as weed supervisor for the county after serving in the appointed position for 28 years. “If I run into problems or have any questions, he will be an excellent resource,” said Hull.
He said Oneida County is much larger than Franklin County geographically, but added the weed problems are similar.
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