Under the New York State Village Law, the government is comprised of a Mayor and four Trustees. Each is elected in a Village Election held the second Tuesday in November. All elected officials serve for a four (4) year term. Not all offices are elected in the same year. A Village Election is held every two years. The mayor and two trustee positions will be up for election in one election, and the Village Justice and the other two trustee positions will be elected in the next.
The Board serves as a legislative, appropriating, governing and policy-making body for the Village of Kenmore. The Mayor is the Chief Executive Officer and oversees all Village affairs to ensure that the government is properly administered. In addition, the Mayor appoints all non-elective, non-union offices. All appointments are subject to Board approval.
MAYOR - PATRICK MANG
TRUSTEE - KATHERINE BESTINE
TRUSTEE - R. TIMOTHY McCARTHY
TRUSTEE - PAUL P. CATALANO
TRUSTEE - KATIE BURD
In addition to the elected government officials, the Village of Kenmore government is required by law to have a Village Clerk. The Village Clerk/Treasurer is appointed by the Mayor and subject to the approval of the Village Board of Trustees. The Clerk/Treasurer is appointed to a two (2) year term. The Clerk/Treasurer is the Department Head of the Clerk/Treasurers Office and serves as the Villages Chief Fiscal Officer.
Clerk/Treasurer - Kathleen P. Johnson
Other Department heads include:
Chief of Police - Peter Breitnauer
Superintendent of Public Works - Andy Mang
Building Department - Michael D. Berns