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The residents of the Town of Tyre are entitled to a representative government that meets their needs with the least amount of taxation.


Order of Business – Regular Meetings of the Month

The Tyre Town Board welcomes and values input from the citizens of Tyre.

Regular Town Board meetings are held the third Thursday of each month beginning at 6:30 pm at the Tyre Town Hall Building, 1082 Gravel Road, Seneca Falls, NY 13148. The Order of Business for Regular Town Board Meetings is as follows:

  • Call to Order
  • Pledge of Allegiance
  • Roll Call by Town Clerk
  • Petitioners/Presentations
  • Open Privilege of Floor
  • Approval of Meeting Minutes
  • Reports of Committees
  • Reports of Officers and Departments
  • Resolutions and Motions
  • Unfinished Business
  • New Business
  • Correspondence
  • Adjournment

If you would like to speak at a Town Board meeting, please come speak during Open Privilege of the Floor. Alternatively, if you would like to have the public notified of your presentation in the published agenda, and/or need additional setup or materials for your presentation, please inform the supervisor at least five business days before the meeting. This will ensure enough time for inclusion and publication on the website and paper agenda.


Committees

Highway Committee: Councilmen Henry Bickel and Jeffrey Bennett

Building Committee: Councilmen Henry Bickel and Reginald Aceto

Records and Communication Committee: Supervisor Elizabeth Partee and Town Clerk Carolyn Sosnowski

Insurance and Finance Committee: Supervisor Elizabeth Partee and Councilman Jeffrey Bennett

Sewer and Water Study: Councilmen Kenneth Sutterby and Jeffrey Bennett

Fire Department Committee: Councilmen Reginald Aceto and Kenneth Sutterby

Personnel Committee: Councilmen Reginald Aceto and Kenneth Sutterby

Band Hall: Councilmen Henry Bickel and Reginald Aceto

Broadband Committee: Supervisor Elizabeth Partee and Councilman Kenneth Sutterby

Agricultural Land Preservation Fund: Supervisor Elizabeth Partee and Councilman Henry Bickel