"Luke left the office around noontime on Dec. 21 and since then I've been signing the checks and making sure everything is handled," said Kasper, a veteran town board member re-elected in November.
"Joe Landry has been in to straighten up the office and to meet with everyone so that he can add to his vision of where the town should be going in the future," said Kasper. "Everyone has been working together really well and we are all looking forward to the new administration.
"I don't expect a lot of wholesale changes in the town's departments, but we will see as everyone gets ready for the organizational meeting," she said.
Landry will take the oath of office at Niskayuna Town Hall on Sunday, Jan. 6, at 2 p.m.""