Board of Supervisors
1st Row: Diane Foster, Deputy Board Clerk, Mark Venuti, Town of Geneva, Alissa Bub, Deputy County Administrator, Holly Adams, County Attorney, Kristin Mueller, Board Clerk
2nd Row: Frederick Wille, Town of East Bloomfield, Tamara Hicks, Town of Naples, Christopher DeBolt, County Administrator, Todd Campbell, Vice-Chairman and Town of West Bloomfield, James Petropoulos, City of Geneva
3rd Row: Robert Green, Town of Bristol, Peter Ingalsbe, Town of Farmington
4th Row: Andrew Wickham, Town of Seneca, James Kennedy, City of Geneva, Dan Marshall, Town of South Bristol, Christopher Vastola, Town of Canadice
5th Row: John (Jack) Marren, Chairman and Town of Victor, Jared Simpson, Town of Canandaigua, David Baker, City of Canandaigua
6th Row: Daryl Marshall, Town of Richmond, Richard Russell, City of Canandaigua
Not Pictured: Frederick Lightfoote, Town of Gorham, William Namestnik, Town of Hopewell, Louis Guard, City of Geneva, Norman Teed, Town of Phelps, David Phillips, Town of Manchester
The Board of Supervisors is the legislative body for the County of Ontario with one Supervisor representing each of the 16 towns, two Supervisors representing the City of Canandaigua, and three Supervisors representing the City of Geneva. Each Supervisor is allocated a certain number of weighted votes which is determined by the population of the Town, Ward, or District he/she represents. The Board meets every third Thursday, temporarily meeting at the 74 Ontario St., Board of Supervisor Chamber, 2nd Floor, Canandaigua, NY.
The members of the Board, at the Organizational Meeting, elect a Chairman to preside at meetings. The Chairman, in turn, selects a Vice-Chair to act in his stead, when necessary, and also appoints the members of the Board’s six standing committees. Each standing committee oversees various departments and agencies and presents resolutions for approval by the full Board on behalf of those departments under its supervisor.
The Clerk of the Board is appointed by the Board, and the primary function of that office is to provide support services and coordinate activities for the Board Chairman and the other twenty members. The office compiles the Board agenda, distributes adopted resolutions, and prepares the Board’s Proceedings as well as providing research services. The Clerk to the Board performs an intermediate service, rather than one that can be measured as an end product. This department provides a facilitating service at the legislative level which makes it of primary importance to the operation of the county.