What is a Town Supervisor?
The Town Supervisor is the Town's chief elected official. New York State law requires a Town’s chief elected official to hold the title of “Supervisor” whereas the chief elected officials in Villages and Cities are called “Mayor.”
- The Supervisor is Chair of the Board and as such, she presides over the Town Board meetings, all of which are open to the public.
- The Supervisor and four Council members propose legislation and make policy decisions that directly affect residents.
- The Supervisor responds to the needs of the community and represents the Town in its dealings with County, State, and Federal Agencies.
- The Supervisor represents the Town on the Westchester Joint Water Works (WJWW) Board.
- The Supervisor is a Commissioner of the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Joint Garbage Commission.
About Nancy Seligson
- First reassessment in 40 years that re-established fair assessments in the Town
- Zoning code was amended to allow for mixed-use development
- Town regained and has maintained its Aaa financial rating from Moody’s Financial Services
- Town was designated a “Climate Smart Community” and a “Clean Energy Community” by New York State
a bi-state partnership consisting of federal and state agencies, user groups, concerned organizations, and individuals dedicated to restoring and protecting the Sound