Look up the schedule for all of the Town boards and commissions.
The Town Board appoints a 5-member board for appointments lasting 5 years. Temporary members, when needed due to an extreme case load of reviews, are given 1-year appointments. All appointments to the Board of Review are required to complete training.
The Business Development Corporation for a Greater Massena (BDC) is a combined entity of the Village and Town.
Town Council members are assigned by the Town Supervisor to serve on one or more committees of the Town Board. They also serve as liaisons to various community boards.
Look up contact information so you can write your government representatives.
Massena voters went to the polls in 1974 to determine the fate of a referendum that would see the creation of a municipal electric company for the community.
The Massena Public Library found its permanent home at 41 Glenn Street back in the early 1960s – thanks to a memorial gift of a son for his father.
The attorney currently appointed to represent the Town of Massena is Eric Gustafason.
Look up member information for the Massena Volunteer Emergency Unit.
The Planning Board for the Town of Massena is responsible for the administration of the Planning Code and Subdivision Regulations for the properties located in the Town of Massena. Applications for subdivisions, and other appropriate site plan requests are filed with the Town Building Department at least one week prior to the next scheduled meeting date.
The Massena Town Board is the legislative, appropriating, governing and policy determining body of the Town.
Local history buffs will delight at the artifacts found in the Celine G. Philibert Memorial Cultural Centre & Museum at 79 Main Street. The facility is full of items that illustrate our community’s rich heritage.
The Town of Massena Zoning Commission is responsible for the administration of the Town of Massena's Current Zoning Code. Applications for Zoning Permits and other Zoning related activities (Special Use Permit, Site Plans, Zone Changes, Amendments to the Zoning Regulations, etc.) are filed with the Building Office at least 1 week prior to the next scheduled meeting date.