The town supervisor is an elected position with a term of two years. The supervisor functions as the town executive and administrator, carrying out decisions that have been made by the town board and running the day-to-day operations of Town government. Further, the supervisor is the treasurer of the town and generally represents the town in the conduct of its financial affairs as the town fiscal officer.
The supervisor sits as the presiding member of the Penfield Town Board, an elected body of four councilmembers who, along with the supervisor, are responsible for the adoption of the annual budget, and the adoption, enforcement, and execution of all legislative actions of the board. The supervisor also serves as liaison with local, county, state, and federal government agencies.
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