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Town Supervisor
The Supervisor is the Chief Executive Officer of the Town of Brighton, and is head of the administrative branch of town government. The Supervisor also serves as one of the five members of the Town Board and presides over all meetings of the Town Board. The Supervisor is elected for a term of two years. The Supervisor is responsible for the general administration of Town government, law enforcement and for fiscal administration of the Town. The Supervisor represents the Town at a variety of official and community functions.


Supervisor William W. Moehle
Supervisor William W. Moehle
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Town Supervisor
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William W. Moehle, Supervisor
2300 Elmwood Avenue
Rochester, NY  14618

Ph: (585) 784-5252
Fax: (585) 784-5353

Hours
by appointment
Bill Moehle was elected Brighton Supervisor in November 2011 and was sworn into office as Supervisor on January 1, 2012.  He is also an attorney, who practiced law in the Rochester area for over 32 years before being elected Supervisor.  He served for over 18 years as Attorney to the Town of Brighton, where he represented the Town in matters concerning all aspects of Town government, served as counsel to the Town Board and Historic Preservation Commission, and drafted laws and ordinances for the Town.

Bill has lived in Brighton for over 32 years.  He holds a B.A., cum laude, from Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts and a J.D. from New York University School of Law.  He has been active in a number of community activities, including Brighton Rotary, where he is Past President and Assistant Governor of Rotary District 7120, the Brighton Chamber of Commerce, where he is also Past President and ex-officio Member of the Board of Directors, the Landmark Society of Western New York, Inc., where he serves on the Board of Directors, and the Monroe County, New York State and American Bar Associations.  He has been a frequent speaker on municipal law topics to the New York State Association of Towns and National Business Institute.


Weddings
The Town Supervisor is authorized by the State of New York to perform marriage ceremonies.  Please contact the Supervisor's office for more information.


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