Town Clerk’s Office
Every town is required to have a Town Clerk by Law (Town Law, §20). Although the specific roles of town clerks vary from municipality to municipality, they are mainly responsible for providing many important administrative services to residents of the public on behalf of the municipal government.
The Town Clerk’s office is frequently considered the Hub of government, the direct link between the residents of their community and the Town’s Municipal Government.
The Town Clerk serves residents directly through the issuance of licenses and records management. In addition the Town Clerk serves the Town Board as the recording secretary of Town Board Meetings.
The Town Clerk, Karen C. Bodine and deputies, Roxann Ammerman and Kimberly Reese are available to help you Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For your convenience, appointments can be made for any resident that is unable to come in during normal business hours.
If you have any questions you can reach the office directly at 585-742-5080, by email, or by fax at 585-924-0202.
Author of the official minutes, which are retained permanently for legal and historic purposes. The official minutes are the record of actions of the town board
Town Board Minutes & Agendas
Duties include maintaining the records of adopted local laws, oaths of office, resignations, petitions, annual budgets, assessment rolls, fiscal reports, notices of lien, court actions, bond and note registers, and the official zoning maps
Issues licenses and permits for hunting and fishing, marriage, dog, handicap parking, games of chance, peddler / solicitor, and Boughton Park
- Note: Transfer Station permits are issued at the Highway / Recycle Office only
The town clerk is also the tax receiver
Cash Control Officer
Responsible for the collection and disbursement of funds to state, county, and local fiscal officers