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Mayor Collins Appoints New Part-Time Judge; Jacquelin P. White, Esq.

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On Tuesday, December 27, 2022, the City of Glens Falls Common Council approved a resolution (4-0) regarding the appointment of Jacqueline P. White, Esq. to the position of Part-Time City Court Judge by Mayor Bill Collins. The position became vacant when Judge Nikki Moreschi, Esq. resigned to take a position in another state. 

During the Common Council meeting, Mayor Collins said, “Her (White’s) appointment will fulfill the unexpected departure of Nikki Moreschi. In 2021, Judge Moreschi ran for her second term. A six year term. During the first year of her term Moreschi took a position out of the state and had to resign. But it was too late to hold an election. So, what we’re doing here is approving the appointment for the year 2023 and this (coming) year there will be an election of a new Part-Time City (Court) Judge.” 

Ms. White is a graduate of Skidmore College (2004) and Albany Law School (2008). She has been a practicing attorney since 2009 – she joined the law firm Miller, Mannix, Schachner, and Hafner, where she became a Principal in 2016. She practices in the areas of General Litigation, Municipal Law, Real Property Tax Assessment, Business Law and Real Property Law. 

Ms. White is an active member of the Warren County Bar Association, and the Adirondack Chapter of the Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York. She served on the Adirondack Women’s Bar Association Board for several years, including serving as Chapter President; currently, she serves on the Board of the Warren County Bar Association and Warren County Bar Foundation. Ms. White will be sworn in on Saturday, December 31, 2022, at 9:30 AM. Ms. White was born and raised in Glens Falls, and currently resides in the City with her husband, Nathanial.