Associate Circute Rider Position Available - click HERE for Job Descripiton.
Application deadline is May 20, 2013. Please,
send resume/references to:
P. O. Box 34
Redfield, NY 13437
or e-mail to: email@example.com
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THAN 20 YEARS OF HOME RULE. The
Cooperative Tug Hill Council (CTHC or Council) has worked on behalf
of the towns in the center of the Tug Hill region for over 20 years.
CTHC helps core towns of Tug Hill protect what they value through
a local "home rule" approach. The Council exists to serve
the towns and villages through shared services and information.
member towns have strength in numbers
when addressing critical issues important to small communities.
Individually, CTHC towns average less than 1,000 in population.
Together they total about 12,000 -- bigger than any other community
in the Tug Hill region
council of governments is an independent unit of local government
created under an Intermunicipal
Agreement (IMA) signed by all member towns. A member
town, currently the Town of Rodman, serves as fiscal agent.
Representatives. The Council is comprised
of two representatives from each member town. The full Council meets
two or more times each year to set work
goals and a budget for the year, elect officers,
and to hear about major issues and projects facing the region and
is governed by a set of Bylaws.
Between full Council meetings, an executive committee meets monthly
to direct CTHC programs, and provide communications back to member
towns on CTHC activities.
CIRCUIT RIDERS -- KEY TO SERVICES. CTHC
uses part-time circuit riders as well as a full time coordinator,
all of whom are local people skilled in resolving questions that
face small towns.
circuit riders attend town board meetings and work with town and
planning board members between meetings to help with projects important
to the community. These may range from help with a new local law,
amending land use controls, to finding money for a key project.
CTHC's circuit riders, the towns and villages are tied to work in
the region such as management of snowmobile trials, watershed protection,
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