Most Tug Hill towns and villages belong to one of five councils of governments (COGs). Each is served by one or more “circuit riders” who, working out of their home offices, help in sharing good ideas between communities and help individual towns and villages take advantage of a more regional perspective in trying to enhance their communities. Circuit riders also help communities in identifying and solving problems and, when more specialized assistance is needed, call upon commission staff for help in land use planning, finding grants and loans for community improvement, and providing technical assistance and training opportunities for local officials.
Tug Hill Circuit Riders
Angie Kimball, CTHC Coordinator
Home (315)599-8825, Cell (315)480-6857
Kay Chapman, CTHC Assistant Circuit Rider (part-time)
Home (315)232-3624, Cell (315)778-1012
Beth Steria, CTHC Assistant Circuit Rider (part-time)
Home (315)376-7317, Cell (315)681-8144