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The government of the Village of Phoenix consists of a five (5)-member board made up of the Mayor and four (4) Trustees who are elected to two-year terms. The board sets policy as well as adopting local laws, approving budgets, and setting tax rates. Members of the Board of Trustee have the responsibility for the management of all village property and finances. They are charged with the protection of all Village property and the safety, health, comfort and general welfare of Village residents. Village Trustees must see that personal property is protected, preserve the peace and good order, benefit trade and preserve and protect the public works system. The Board has a broad range of power that enables them to adopt a wide range of laws to address village concerns, so long as the action is not inconsistent with the constitution or the general laws of the state.
Trustees have no authority to supervise or direct the work of subordinate village officers or employees. The responsibility and authority to supervise all subordinates village officers and employees is vested in the village mayor.