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Mayor & Trustees
OverviewThe Village Board of Trustees is the legislative body of the Village of Massena. This Board consists of a Mayor and four Trustees who are elected at-large. They are elected to 4 year terms with elections staggered every 2 years. As the governing body, the Mayor and Board of Trustees set laws and policies for the Village, appoint certain officials, administer Village finances, oversee Village services, and handle legal matters.
Public Participation sessions are held during all regularly scheduled meetings to allow citizens of Massena the opportunity to address the Board on items of concern.
The Mayor insures that village policies are carried out by the various Village Departments. The Village provides the following services: Police Department, Fire Department, Department of Public Works, Water and Waste Water, Code Enforcement, Housing, and Recreation. The Village utilities serve over 5,000 properties, while the Street Department maintains over 40 miles of roads. Refer to individual department pages for additional information.
- 5:30 p.m.
- Third Tuesdays of each month
- Town Hall
60 Main Street
Massena, NY 13662
In addition, the Board holds special meetings whenever urgent business requires and for special work sessions for larger projects and budget preparations. The Annual Organizational Meeting is held each year on the third Tuesday of December.
|Gregory M. Paquin, Mayor|
|Chad J. Simpson, Deputy Mayor / Trustee|
|Christine M. Winston, Trustee|
|Ken McGowan, Trustee|
|Shelyn Peets, Trustee|