The Board of Trustees (Village Board) is the elected body that governs the Village of Airmont consisting of a Mayor and four Trustees. The Mayor is the executive branch of local government responsible for running Village services. The Board of Trustees is the legislative branch of local government and has responsibility for budget and establishing local laws and ordinances.
Congratulations to Nathan Bubel (Mayor), Morris Friedman (Trustee), and Laurence O. Toole (Trustee) on being elected at the Village of Airmont March 21, 2023 Election.
The Airmont Village board is comprised of the following members:
- Nathan Bubel, Mayor
- Shimon Moses, Deputy Mayor
- Morris Friedman, Trustee
- Migdalia Pesante, Trustee
- Isaac Weiss, Trustee
Village Board meetings are generally held on the first and third Monday of each month. However, dates may vary due to holiday schedules. Please check the online village calendar for each scheduled meeting. Village Board meetings notifications are also publicized to those who subscribe to Airmont news.
All Village Board meetings are open to the public and typically begin at 5:00 pm. Residents are invited to attend and there is usually a public comment section at the first meeting of the month when residents can address the board for 3 minutes on any village topic. (Although the Board can, by majority vote, determine to take public comment at any time during a public meeting.) For more information view the Rules of Procedure.