West Seneca Town Board members ended the town’s contract with a public relations firm. The board caught criticism from some residents when it voted, 2-1, earlier this year to hire E3communications for a flat fee of $3,000 a month from March 1 to Dec. 31. The firm was to provide professional PR services including media relations, development and administration of social media platforms, electronic communications, issues management and crisis communications and advocacy for town initiatives. The action was taken as “part of ongoing efforts to reduce budgetary impacts,” according to a memo from Town Attorney John Fenz. The board voted Thursday to terminate the contract as of Sept. 30. The duties of live-streaming Town Board meetings, which had been performed by E3Communications, will be handled by the supervisor’s chief of staff, according to Fenz.