NY Town Officials & NY Mayors to Discuss COVID-19 Response; Dire State of Local Budgets

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Hosted by the Association of Towns and New York Conference of Mayors -- NYS Senator Jim Gaughran and NYS Assembly Member Fred Thiele to Brief Local Officials on Albany’s COVID Response for Local Governments

The Association of Towns (AOT) and New York Conference of Mayors (NYCOM)

Media Advisory for Wednesday, June 3 at 12:30p.m.

WHAT:
The Association of Towns (AOT) and New York Conference of Mayors (NYCOM) are hosting a government roundtable with NYS Senator Jim Gaughran (D-Suffolk County) and Assembly Member NYS Fred Thiele, (Chairs of the Local Government Committees for their respective bodies), along with town officials and mayors from across New York to discuss the role cities, towns and villages are playing in response to COVID-19 and the dire impact it is having on local budgets and delivery of critical services.

WHO:

  • NYS Senator Jim Gaughran, Chair of the NYS Senate Committee on Local Government (D-Suffolk)
  • NYS Assembly Member Fred Thiele (D-Suffolk) Chair of the Assembly Committee on Local Government
  • Robert Kennedy – Mayor, Village of Freeport (Nassau County)
  • Brian Kulpa – Supervisor, Town of Amherst (Erie County)
  • Rich David – Mayor, City of Binghamton (Broome County)
  • Gina Picinich – Supervisor / Mayor, Town and Village of Mt. Kisco (Westchester County)
  • Ben Walsh – Mayor, City of Syracuse (Onondaga County)
  • David Seeley – Supervisor, Town of Irondequoit (Monroe County)
  • RuthAnn Loveless – Mayor, Village of Hamilton (Madison County)
  • Valerie Cartright – Councilmember, Town of Brookhaven (Suffolk County)
  • Gerry Geist, Executive Director - Association of Towns (AOT)
  • Peter Baynes – Executive Director – New York Conference of Mayors (NYCOM)

WHEN:
Wednesday, June 3, 2020 -- 12:30 p.m. EST

ZOOM CALL INFO:
Join Zoom Meeting - https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84935584530?pwd=eGhvRlpOTnlCSDZPL0Rwekdzc1VNUT09
Meeting ID: 849 3558 4530
Password: 861087

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