The Town Supervisor is the Chief Financial Officer and Administrator of Town Government.
As Chief Financial Officer, the Town Supervisor is responsible for managing the fiscal matters of the town and making related recommendations to the Town Board. The Supervisor prepares a tentative budget for the Town Board's approval, and ensures that every Town department is prudent in their spending and stays within their allotted budget. The Supervisor must keep an accurate and complete account of town funds, and prepare monthly reports for the Town Board as well as an annual report of all moneys handled by the Supervisor's Office.
As Administrator of Town government the Supervisor presides over Town Board meetings.
In Hurley, the Supervisor is elected to a two year term.
The Hurley Town Board meets on the third and fourth Mondays of each month with the exception of a few times throughout the year when those days land on a holiday.
The third Monday is the Supervisor's Agenda Meeting, which is held at 6:00PM. The fourth Monday of the month is the Town Board meeting at 7:00 PM.
The Meeting Schedule for 2018 is as follows:
- Agenda Meetings: Jan 16; Feb 20; March 19; April 16; May 21; June 18; July 16; August 20; September 17; October 15; November 19 and December 10.
- Town Board Meetings: Jan 22; Feb 26; March 26; April 23; May 29; June 25; July 23; August 27; September 24; October 22; November 26 and December 17.
Both meetings are held at the Town Hall, 10 Wamsley Place, Hurley NY 12443, located in Hurley, just off State Route 209, parallel to the Wynkoop Road exit.
All meetings are open to the public and all are encouraged to attend. If you have a matter you would like to discuss at one of these meetings you can simply attend or call the Supervisor's Office at (845) 331-7474 Ext. 6 or email: email@example.com.
Monday thru Friday - 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
If you you need to see the Supervisor call during business hours for an appointment.
New York Association of Towns
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Committee On Open Government
The Committee on Open Government is responsible for overseeing and advising with regard to the Freedom of Information, Open Meetings and Personal Privacy Protection Laws (Public Officers Law, Articles 6, 7 and 6-A respectively). The Freedom of Information Law pertains to the public's right to government records; the Open Meetings Law concerns the public's right to attend meetings of public bodies. Both of these statutes are based upon a presumption of access and, since their initial enactment, have undergone significant changes based largely upon recommendations made by the Committee.
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