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Horseheads Village Hall
202 South Main Street
Horseheads, New York 14845
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2227 Grand Central Avenue
Horseheads, NY 14845
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Brad was sworn into office as Trustee on December 1, 2014, and was appointed Deputy Mayor on December 7, 2015. Brad grew up in Horseheads and is a Horseheads High alumnus, graduated from the College of Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse University and later studied Business at Elmira College. Brad was working in Los Angeles when he met his wife Debi, who happened to be from Elmira. In less than a year after that meeting, Brad and Debi were married and living back in NY. Three years ago Brad retired after 33 years with Staples as a Strategic Account Manager for National Accounts and made a commitment to begin attending the Village Board meetings.
There is tremendous pressure at the State level to eliminate municipalities, like the Village of Horseheads — We have to fight for our Village!
Brad believes in Fiscal Responsibility and Limited Government, fully accountable to the People. Brad and Debi have two daughters who, with their husbands and 9 grandchildren, also live in the Village, within two blocks of their home, and Brad’s mother lives next door; their son lives in Baltimore and visits often. Brad and Debi want only the best for their family and the Village of Horseheads. Having grown up in Horseheads, Brad cherishes many wonderful memories and looks forward to a promising future for the Village of Horseheads.
802 Center Street
Horseheads, NY 14845
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Mike was sworn into office on December 3rd, 2012 after being elected by the Horseheads Village residents. Mike and his family moved to the Village of Horseheads in 2005 and has been a resident in Chemung County since 1991. He graduated from Corning Community College with an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice. Mike began his law enforcement career with the Chemung County Sheriff’s Office in 1998 and is currently employed as a Deputy Sheriff. Mike married his wife, Jodi, in 2001 and they have three beautiful children who all participate in local community sports and school activities in the Village of Horseheads.
Mike has participated in his daughter’s Horseheads Softball League, coached his son’s Horseheads small fry football team, been a facilitator for Financial Peace University, is former chairperson for the McGruff “Take a Bite Out of Crime Program”, and enjoys participating in church activities.
Mike took an interest in the Village Board of Trustees to help maintain the old fashioned American small town neighborhood environment and to ensure the quality of life for the generations to come. “I would like to lead by example and encourage my generation to be more involved in their community by serving others.”
632 W. Broad St.
Horseheads, NY 14845
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I am a lifelong resident of the Village of Horseheads. I graduated from Horseheads High and then attended Nazareth College earning a BS in Nursing. I married my husband Carl, also a lifetime resident of Horseheads, and a teacher of physical education in Horseheads. We have three grown children. Carl currently lives in Corpus Christi Texas, Vickie lives in Horseheads and Dan who lives in Hamburg, NY. We are blessed with six grandchildren who we take great delight in.
I worked for six years in the Horseheads School District as a School Nurse Teacher, and 27 years at the Chemung County Health Department. I worked as a staff nurse, as a health educator in the community, a supervisor and retired as the assistant Director of Patient Services. I was fortunate to enjoy every year of my work experience.
I have always enjoyed volunteering in our community. As a room mother at Broad Street School, on Project Graduation, ran the concession stand for Cinderella for three years, Horseheads Woman’s Club (President), Chemung County Council of Women, Friends of Horseheads Library Board, volunteer at Horseheads Historical Society Depot, the Horseheads Food Pantry, Horseheads Alumni Association, and the Horseheads Petal Pushers – an organization that has been very instrumental in planting flowers in our Village, and at the Zim House. Along the way I have enjoyed meeting many talented people who also love Horseheads.
In 1990 the house was empty of children and with a little encouragement I ran for the Village Board where I served as Trustee from 1990–1993, and as Village Mayor from 1993–2007. This experience taught me so much about the Horseheads, Village and Town and Chemung County governments in general.
I look forward to serving the residents of this Village and will work very hard to rebuild the trust of its people. Thanks for the opportunity everyone.
161 Sunset Drive
Horseheads, NY 14845
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Bill was appointed as Trustee on December 7, 2015 to fill the unexpired term of outgoing Trustee Ronald Swartz. Bill graduated from Thomas Edison High school in 1982. A US Navy veteran, he attended Erie Community College in Buffalo majoring in Ophthalmic Dispensing. He’s been a licensed optician for 28 years and counting. Bill’s community involvements include Horseheads Merchants Association, Horseheads Village Planning Board member, Community Advisory Committee for the Horseheads School Dist., Horseheads Sister City host family and Sister City Exchange Committee, Arctic League Volunteer, and Salvation Army.
Bill is married to Kathy, they have 4 children - Bill Jr., St. Petersburg, FL Police Dept.; Katelyn - working in Brooklyn, NY; Nicholas in college, Rochester; and Conor attends Horseheads High School.
Bill’s hobbies include refurbishing and developing many area properties such as the Horseheads train station, Sullivans Diner, Hanover Square locations, Pierces Restaurant and the Elmira Heights Movie Theater.
“I’m honored to be part of the “new direction team” and look forward to guiding the Village into the future”
The Board regularly meets twice per month: on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays at 7:00 p.m.
Listed below is the upcoming meeting schedule for the Board:
- Thursday, April 28th - 7pm - Regular Meeting - Thursday, May 12th - 7pm - Regular Meeting
April 28th, 2016 - 7:00pm
- Accept Minutes of Board Meeting of April 14th, 2016
- Traffic Commission Minutes
- Acting Village Manager Salary – Rescission of Resolution
- Discussion: School Resource Officer
- Ongoing Items
- Audience Participation
- Manager’s Report
- BOT, Department Head Updates
- March 31, 2016
- March 10, 2016
- March 9, 2016
- February 25, 2016
- February 11, 2016
- January 28, 2016
- January 14, 2016