Parks & Rec Citizens' Advisory Committee
- 7:00 p.m.
- First Tuesday of the month, unless otherwise noted
- Parks and Recreation Offices
7891 Lehigh Crossing
Victor, NY 14564
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
- Larry Fisher - December 2022
- Gregg Richards, Chairperson - December 2021
- Paul Moszak - December 2021
- Bradford Bowers - December 2021
- Lisa Roberts - December 2020
- Mark Robbins - December 2022
- Liam Richards, Student member - June 2020
- Gary Hadden, Village Board Liaison
- Drew Cusimano, Town Board Liaison
About the Committee
The Town of Victor’s Parks and Recreation Citizens’ Advisory Committee (PRCAC) was created in an effort to enhance, improve, and expand the level of recreation, parks, and leisure services in the community and support the Department of Parks and Recreation in its mission. This mission statement involves the towns’ commitment to offering residents a balanced system of park lands and recreation areas, preservation of open space, and broad based leisure opportunities that will foster growth of healthy lifestyles.
The PRCAC was created to review plans and proposals for the acquisition and development of park lands and recreation areas. The role PRCAC is to provide the director of Parks and Recreation and the Victor Town Board with the best information possible on which to make a decision regarding these plans. The PRCAC functions as a volunteer group, serving at the pleasure of the town board, committed to the research and analysis necessary to advise the director of Parks and Recreation, and make a recommendation to the town board.
The advisory committee shall consist of seven members appointed to staggered terms by the town and village boards. Of the members first appointed, two shall hold office for one year, two for two years and two for three years. Subsequent appointments will be made for three-year terms.
Two members shall be residents of the town from outside of the village, two members shall be residents of the village and two members shall be chosen at-large from either the town or village.
One member of the committee shall be a high school student who resides in the town or village and is at least 16 years of age. The student representative shall serve a one-year term.
Vacancies on the committee other than by expiration of a term shall be filled to complete the unexpired term of the vacancy. Recommendations for new committee members shall be forwarded to the town board for review.
Advisory committee members may resign at any time by providing formal written notice to the chairperson of the committee, who will then forward them to the town board.