Elma Supervisor Dennis Powers reappointed Tracy Petrocy as deputy supervisor during the Town Board’s annual organizational meeting this week.

Several other appointments also were made, including:

• Robert Newton, reappointed town historian.

• Greg Merkel, reappointed to a seven-year term on the Planning Board. Thomas Reid was designated chairman of that board.

Diane Rohl, who was reappointed Planning Board secretary, reported that half the Planning Board members have decided to donate their 2013 salaries to the Elma, Marilla and Wales Boys & Girls Club. Each board member receives $45 a meeting.

• Bryant Zilke was reappointed to a seven-year term on the Conservation Board and was designated chairman. Kerry Galuski will be board secretary.

• Robert C. Schafer was reappointed to a five-year term on the Zoning Board of Appeals and was also designated chairman. Galuski will serve as secretary.

• Claudia Stradtman was reappointed to a five-year term of the Assessment Board of Review and also will serve as chairwoman. Grievance Day will be June 4.

• Terry Booth was reappointed to a seven-year term on the Library Board.

• Patricia King was reappointed records management officer at no salary, and as registrar of vital statistics at a salary of $1,000.

• The supervisor, councilmen, town attorney and deputy town attorney were reappointed as marriage officers.

The Town Board will continue to meet the first and third Wednesday of each month with the exception of June, July and August, when they will only meet on the third Wednesday. Work sessions will be held the second Wednesday.

Town Hall hours will be 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. year round.

This year, all department heads, elected officials and most employees will contribute 10 percent of their health insurance costs.

Several town officials, including the supervisor, also plan to attend the upcoming annual Association of Towns meeting in New York City.