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Below are the top 5 goals the Town Board agreed on at their January 9, 2017 meeting. Each Town Board member has been assigned to each goal. Updates will be posted periodically throughout the year.

 Dave Condon Monthly Department Exception Report showing departments who have spent more than what they budgeted with explanations as to why they exceeded their budgeted amount
 Dan Crowley Increase fund balance by a certain percentage TBD annually
 Silvio Palermo Reducing the 2018 overall budget
 Jack Marren Receive approvals from the Public Service Commission as well as obtain Easements / Licenses from both the County and the Village Board for Auburn trails Sewer project
 Dave Tantillo Create a plan and funding mechanism to find the future home for the Courts / Highway Department / Parks & Recreation Department


  • 7:00 pm
  • Second and fourth Monday of each month (unless otherwise noted)
  • Town Hall, main meeting room
  • Public hearings, if scheduled, begin at 7:30 pm

All meetings are open to the public and we invite residents to come and get first-hand information on current projects. Submission of items to be included on an agenda or request for privilege of the floor must be received by the town supervisor's secretary no later than 4:30 pm on the Friday following a regular board meeting. 

Suzy Mandrino serves as Secretary to the Supervisor and she can be reached at (585) 742-5020 or by email.

Agendas, Minutes, Packets & Reports 
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval. 
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  • Jack Marren, Supervisor - December 31, 2019
  • David Condon - December 31, 2017
  • Dan Crowley - December 31, 2017
  • Vacant - December 31, 2019
  • Dave Tantillo - December 31, 2019

The Supervisor and Council members are elected to a four-year term.

About the Board
The board serves as the executive, administrative, and legislative body of the town. The board consists of an elected town supervisor and four elected council members.

The Victor Town Board may enact local laws regarding subjects within the realm of the property, affairs, and government of the town, provided the laws are not inconsistent with the Constitution or a law of the general statewide applicability enacted by the State Legislature.