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Town Board

 

All meetings are open to the public to hear and discuss the current issues regarding the town. We encourage participation to get input and ideas from the residents.

 

Town Board Meeting Minutes

Town Board Meeting: Year End — December 29, 2011

Town Board Meeting — December 14, 2011

Town Board Workshop and Public Hearing — December 12, 2011

Comments on Zoning Rewrite — December 12, 2011

Town Board Budget Workshop — October 27, 2011

Town Board Budget Workshop — October 19, 2011

Town Board Budget Workshop — October 14, 2011

Town Board Meeting — October 10, 2011

Town Board Meeting — September 14, 2011

Town Board Workshop — September 12, 2011

Town Board Special Meeting — August 31, 2011

Town Board Meeting — August 10, 2011

Town Board Workshop — August 08, 2011

Town Board Meeting — July 13, 2011

Town Board Workshop — July 11, 2011

Town Board Meeting — June 8, 2011

Town Board Workshop — June 6, 2011

Town Board Special Meeting — May 25, 2011

Town Board Meeting — May 11, 2011

Town Board Workshop — May 9, 2011

Town Board Meeting — April 13, 2011

Town Board Workshop — April 11, 2011

Town Board Meeting — March 9, 2011

Town Board Workshop — March 7, 2011

Town Board Meeting — February 9, 2011

Town Board Workshop — February 7, 2011

Town Board Meeting — January 12, 2011

Town Board Meeting — January 11, 2011

Town Board Re-Organizational — January 5, 2011

 

View Current Year's Meeting Minutes

Meeting Minutes from 2010

 

 

The Town Board consists of the Supervisor and four Council members. Town Board members must at the time of election and throughout their terms of office be “electors” of the town. Town Board members have a four-year term of office. Election of Board members is staggered so the entire Board will not come up for election within the same year.

 

Town Supervisor

Nadia Rajsz, Town Supervisor

 

 

The Supervisor is an elected position, serving a four-year term and is part of the legislative branch of government, acting as administrator, and is the head of all municipal agencies. The Supervisor is a full member of the Board with no additional tie-breaking or veto power, and acts as Chief Fiscal Officer, having the care and custody of monies belonging to the town; disburses such monies, keeps an accurate and complete account of all monies; makes reports as required; pays fixed salaries and, after audit by the Town Board, and preparation of abstract by the Bookkeeper, pays other claims; and leases, sells and conveys properties of the town when so directed by the Town Board. The Supervisor calls and runs meetings as well as sets the agenda for those meetings.