Town planner leaves for job with Amherst
Cheektowaga Town Planner Daniel J. Ulatowski has resigned to take a position in Amherst’s Planning Department.
The Amherst Town Board last week hired Ulatowski as a principal planner, effective Monday. The appointment is provisional, pending a Civil Service exam, and pays $80,000 annually. Supervisor Brian J. Kulpa said Ulatowski will focus on zoning-related matters in his new position.
Ulatowski, who lives in Amherst, has served as a member of the town’s Planning Board since 2013. Ulatowski was required to resign his board seat to take a job in the Planning Department.
The Amherst Town Board must appoint a replacement to serve through the end of December 2020.