Two interim legislators are expected to be approved when the Steuben County Legislature meets at 10 a.m. Monday.

Two interim legislators are expected to be approved when the Steuben County Legislature meets at 10 a.m. Monday.
Chris Quinlan, of Corning, and Robin Latimer, of Bath, have been nominated by their respective Republican committees to fill vacancies left when two legislators stepped down at the end of 2010.
Quinlan, 49, is expected to replace state Assemblyman Phil Palmesano, who stepped down at the end of December after being elected to the 136th Assembly District seat. Palmesano took the place of retiring Assemblyman Jim Bacalles.
Robin Lattimer, 58, will likely succeed county Legislator Patrick Donnelly, R-Bath, who left at the end of the year to take on his newly elected duties as county Treasurer.
Lattimer is Bath Town Councilwoman and was an aide to outgoing state Assemblyman James Bacalles, R-Corning, was selected Monday by the town Republican committee.
 
Other agenda items Monday include:
•    Accepting agricultural plastics at the county Landfill at no fee.
•    Directing the county Treasurer to transfer $150,000 from the contingency fund to Corning Community College Tuition in the 2010 budget.
•    Designating a Records Management Officer.  
•    Appointing members to a variety of county boards including the Conference & Visitors’ Bureau; 911 Advisory, Fish and Wildlife Management; InterCounty Association of Western New York, county Industrial Development Agency, county Soil & Water Conservation District, Youth Board and county Agricultural and Farmland Protection Board.