During the winter months the Highway Department will occasionally receive calls regarding damage to mailboxes either from snowplows directly or from the force of snow being thrown by the plows. Remember, snowplows can hurl hundreds of pounds of snow in one pass. If damage is, indeed, caused by snow removal, it is not done intentionally, but is an unfortunate consequence of snow removal. It is understood that mailboxes must be placed on the highway right-of-way; however, this does not grant people any legal rights in the highway when needed for highway purposes. According to New York State\\\'s Highway Law, when the necessities of keeping the highway open conflict with the reception of mail, the latter must stand aside. Under the law, a homeowner could even be required to remove the mailbox and are also not subject to repair by the municipality.

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NamePositionContact
Matthew Smith Superintendent Email
Elizabeth Lindtvit Village Clerk-Treasurer Email
Jennifer Gaudiello Village Tax Receiver Email
Maureen Jones Secretary to the Mayor Email
Brad Hammond Building and Zoning Administrator Email
Nicholas VanVliet Code Enforcement Officer Email
Danielle Golden Fire Marshal Email
Kerry Rogozinski Building Permits Coordinator and Secretary to the Architectural Review Board Email
Maeghan Mackie Building Permits Examiner and Secretary to the Boards Email
Jeannine Conte Deputy Village Treasurer Email
Janet Jurgielwicz Senior Justice Court Clerk Email
Steven McManus Police Chief Email
Ryan Lucas Sergeant Email
Mark Yakaboski Police Officer Email
Andrew Kirwin Police Officer Email
Ashley Hurteau Police Officer Email
Brian Prescott Police Detective Email
Connor Raynor Police Officer Email
Kenneth Bigora Police Officer Email
Kevin Klokel Police Officer Email
Marc Demartino Police Officer Email
Nicholas Tyson Police Officer Email
Joseph Loria Police Officer Email
Erin Foster Police Operations Aide Email
Jeffrey Frano Public Safety Dispatcher Email
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