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(607) 739–5691

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(607) 739–5668

(607) 735–8600

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(607) 739–5669

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Horseheads Town Hall

(607) 739–8783

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Village Hall

Horseheads Village Hall
202 South Main Street
Horseheads, New York 14845
(607) 739–5691

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Meet the Board of Trustees

Deputy Mayor Ron Swartz

117 Renwick Lane
Horseheads, New York 14845
(607) 739–8232
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Ron first became a Village Trustee in 1993. In December 2007 he was appointed Deputy Mayor and continues to serve in this capacity. He is a graduate of Horseheads High School and attended Corning Community College. He worked as an ophthalmic instrument sales representative for over 36 years until his retirement in November 2008. Together with his wife Bonnie they had three children and 4 grandchildren. Ron was blessed to have shared his life with Bonnie for 49 years, until she lost a courageous battle with cancer in September 2012.

Ron is active in the Kiwanis Club, where he has served as President and on the Board of Directors. He is currently on the Board of the Horseheads Babe Ruth League, and has been involved with Babe Ruth Baseball for over 35 years. He is also a past Board member of the Horseheads Historical Society. More recently Ron chaired the Packhorse Committee, formed to commemorate the 175th Anniversary of the founding of the Village of Horseheads with a statue of a military packhorse to be unveiled in May 2013 .

“We have accomplished many things during my tenure as Village Trustee and Deputy Mayor. Together we can continue to make Horseheads a unique and special place for both businesses and our families.”

Trustee George F. Koliwasky

303 Eleanor Street
Horseheads, New York 14845
(607) 739–8345
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George F. Koliwasky has lived in the Village for more than 45 years. A graduate from Horseheads High School and Corning Community College, he then attended the NYS Department of Correctional Services Training Academy. He served in the Department of Corrections for 25 years at Dannemore, Elmira, and Monterey Shock Facilities. His community affiliations include: lifetime member and volunteer of the Horseheads Historical Society; former member of Horseheads Planning Board and Horseheads Comprehensive Committee; NYS Forest Owner’s Steering Committee; Master Forest Owner Program; NYS Hunter Safety Instructor. George and his wife Marnie live on Eleanor Street in Horseheads in a house they continue to restore.

“My belief in the people and the love for the Village were factors in my decision to run and be elected as Village Trustee for Horseheads in 2007″.

Trustee Mike Skroskznik

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.”

Trustee Brad Lytle

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Meeting Schedule

The Board regularly meets twice per month: on the 2nd Thursday at 7:00 p.m., and the 4th Thursday at 8:30 A.M.

Listed below is the upcoming meeting schedule for the Board:

	-	Thursday, February 12th - 7:00 P.M.

        -	Thursday, February 26th - 8:30 A.M.

Next Meeting Agenda

February 12, 2015 - 7:00 p.m. TBD


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