Rush Town Elected Job Descriptions: Applications Now Being Accepted

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Mar 28, 2007 1 Comment ›› Rush Democrats Webmaster Posted in: From the Committee

Contact David Sluberski 585-533-1840 ASAP for information

Attend the Rush Democratic Committee meeting:
4/9/07 at the Rush Library 6:30-8:00pm

Town Supervisor part time 30 hours: $27,828.00
The Town Supervisor is the chief executive office of the town who is elected by the public to oversee all departments within the town, preside over town council meetings, and recommend appointments to other town boards. The supervisor, working with the chief financial officer of the town, prepares a town budget and presents that budget to the town council. Election 07

Town Council: $6,615.00
The Town Council is the governing body of the town, which meets either monthly, or BI-monthly to pass local Legislation discusses town business in a public forum, approve or deny the town’s proposed budget for the coming fiscal year. The Town Council can also approve appointments to other town boards. Election 07 (2 needed)

Town Justice: $12,103.00
The Town Justice can hear small Claims Cases, Civil Cases, Appeals, Landlord Tenants cases, Criminal Jurisdiction, Traffic Cases and can preside over wedding ceremonies. Election 07

Town Clerk full time: $44,869.00
Takes Town Board Minutes; maintains Freedom of Information Act Law Requests (FOIL). Also handles Marriage, dogs, peddlers and conservation licenses (Hunting & Fishing), and issues handicapped permits. The Town Clerk is also the Tax Receiver, that individual is responsible for collecting taxes (Town & County and also School District taxes). Election 07

Town Highway Superintendent: full time $63,573.00:
Part of the duties includes making sure town roads are salted and plowed during winter weather. The Highway Superintendent manages personnel and the town’s largest budget. Operation of heavy equipment not mandatory. Some Highway Superintendents are elected, others are appointed by the Town Supervisor and Council. Election 07


Comments

  1. Dan Woolaver says:

    Dave, I’m interested in running for town council. I have been on the Conservation Board for 6 years and have run for town office before.(unsuccessfully in 1995) I am familiar with town gov’t and many of the on going issues including the rising threat from developers. Please consider me and let me know if there is any way I can help the party. Thanks Dan Woolaver

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