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Town Board Meeting Dates



2023 Town Board Meeting Dates
Work Sessions 8:30 am
Regular Meeting 9:30 am

Town Board Meetings are held
on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month unless otherwise noted.

*Meetings in January and November will be the 1st and 3rd Wednesday and
there will only be one (1) meeting in December.

2023 Organizational Meeting to be held January 4, 2023 at 8:30am

January 18, 2023
February 8 & 22, 2023
March 8 & 22, 2023
April 12 & 26, 2023
May 10 & 24, 2023
May 31, 2023 Joint Town/Planning Board
June 14 & 28, 2023
 July 12 & 26, 2023
August 9 & 23, 2023
September 13 & 27, 2023 
October 11 & 25, 2023
*November 1 & 8, 2023
(Budget must be approved between Election Day Nov 7 and Nov 15)
December 13, 2023

A Work Session will be held on the 1st Wednesday of every month
at 9:00am 
as needed.



Town Board Meeting Agenda Format                     

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge to the Flag
3. Roll Call
4. Minutes of Previous Meeting
5. Special Events
6. Supervisor’s Report
7. Council Reports
8. Public Announcements
9. Departmental Reports
10. Agenda Items
11. Applications
12. Bills
 “For the Good of the Town” (Limit of one minute.)

 NOTE:  Council members shall vote by reverse seniority, with the Supervisor voting last.

             Agenda Policy for all non-land use projects or items - Any person or entity wishing to be placed on the agenda must notify the Town Clerk with subject matter by 4:30 p.m. on the Wednesday the week before the Town Board Meeting.

            The Supervisor upon consultation with the Town Board may make exceptions.

 Agenda Policy for Land Use Proposals – All proposed land use projects or items to be placed on the Town Board agenda must have all appropriate applications or approvals completed and submitted, including appropriate fees, to the Planning and Zoning Department on or before4:30 pm of the Wednesday the week before the Town Board Meeting.

  • If the item is a new application, then it may be placed on the Town Board’s Work Session to determine an appropriate review process.  The item may be placed on the next available Town Board Agenda.
  • Exceptions:

                a. Any item on a Planning Board Agenda the Wednesday before a Town Board             meeting that receives a Planning Board recommendation, be it approval or denial, may be placed on the next Town Board Work Session.

              b. Case-by-case determination by the Town Supervisor in consultation with   the             Planning and Zoning Department.

             Agenda Policy for Town Board Notification Policy for Land Use Proposals -

This policy is developed in accordance with Clarence 2030, to allow for the public to have a voice in local land use decisions. This policy supersedes but does not replace any notice required by law. 

  • Unless required by law, an item’s first appearance on any Town Board Agenda does not require any additional notification.
  • Any and all items referred to the Planning Board shall be noticed for the Planning Board’s first agenda.  All above-mentioned notices shall be sent by the Planning and Zoning Department by first class mail to property owners within five hundred feet (500’) from the subject property.  Notification of an item on any other future meeting may be sent at the discretion of the Director of Community Development, the Planning Board Chairperson, or Planning Board Executive Committee.

After the Planning Board’s first meeting regarding the proposed project, all affected property owners may stay involved by visiting the Town’s Website, speaking with Town staff in the Planning and Zoning Department, or by reading the Clarence Bee, where such notices and agendas are published.  Also, all meeting agendas are posted in Town Hall as required by Town Law.