- Letter from Oswego County Health Department to Superintendent Judith Belfield
- Local Law #2 - Green Waste
- Trick or Treating in the Village of Phoenix will be Friday October 31st from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Honorable Anthony Fratto was elected to the Village of Phoenix Board in March of 2004 and has served as Mayor since his election. Anthony is a native of Geneva, NY and a graduate of St. Francis DeSales High School. He earned his Associates Degree in Occupational Studies from Simmons Institute of Funeral Service in 2001. Prior to attending Simmons Institute, Anthony was employed as a Sr. Data Security Manager for the Dun & Bradstreet Corporation in Stamford, Connecticut and also held the position of Operations Officer and Manager of Technical Support in Marine Midland Banks Operation sector, located in New York City.
Public Service has been close to Mayor Fratto's heart for many years, and serving the people of the Village of Phoenix is a responsibility he enthusiastically accepts with an eagerness in rendering public service to all residents. Mayor Fratto believes it is his job to be a good steward of tax dollars and to make village government as efficient as possible, while continuing to grow and develop the community. His vision has always been for Phoenix to be "a village that works for everyone." Anthony is honored and proud to serve as Mayor and committed to helping Phoenix thrive by building on its great history and nurturing efforts that help it grow.
Mayor Fratto has been very active in civic organizations and is a current member of the New York State Funeral Director's Association, the Onondaga-Oswego County Funeral Director's Association and the National Funeral Director's Association (NFDA). Additionally, he is a member of the Knights of Columbus, New York Conference of Mayors (NYCOM) and serves as a committee member on the Schroeppel Democratic Committee. He is also a coalition member of Mayors Against Illegal Guns and a strong advocate of the Meals On Wheels Association of America (MOWAA) and our local Meals Program here in Oswego County.
James Lynch began working at the Village of Phoenix in March of 2014 as Village Administrator.
Jim has lived in the Village for over 20 years. His wife Tammy and their 4 boys are lifelong Village residents.
Jim has served three consecutive 2 years terms as a Village Trustee. Both Jim and his wife Tammy own and operate different business right in the heart of Downtown Phoenix.
As Village Administrator Jim is appointed by the Mayor with the approval of the Village Board. He reports directly to the mayor. He is organizational representative of the Village and he is responsible for the proper administration of all affairs, departments and offices within the Village. He may also interface with Town governments as well.
Jim recommends the appointment of salaried or hired employees, and can also recommend the removal or suspension of any employee when such removal or suspension is consistent with the best interest of the Village. These recommendations are based upon merit and upon the qualifications or actions of said employees.
Jim acts as the business manager for the Village, and also interfaces heavily with all department heads within the Village. As Administrator, he may also coordinate and supervise administrative work, including: practices, payment of approved salaries, wages, and bills, safe-keeping of securities and valuable papers, preparation and use of authorized forms, collection, and information the Mayor and Village Board of current Federal and State legislation affecting the Village.
The Administrator is to attend all meetings of the Village Board or committees thereof and take part in discussion of all matters coming before the Village Board. He is to supply such information and recommend such measures to the Mayor and Village Board as may be deemed advantageous to the Village. He meets with the Mayor and Village Board to receive suggestions, listen to and investigate complaints in relation to all matters concerning the administration of the government of the Village and in regard to services rendered by the public utilities in the Village, and sees that all franchises, permits, and privileges granted by the Village are faithfully observed.
Outside of work, Jim is actively involved in various school committees and volunteers with varsity baseball at the High School level. He also enjoys camping, hiking and traveling with his family.
Roxanne Demo began working at the Village of Phoenix in July of 2012 as Deputy Clerk/Treasurer. In May of 2013 she was appointed as Village Clerk/Treasurer.
She has been a resident of Phoenix all her life. She was employed with P&C/Penn Traffic for 32 years most recently as Executive Assistant to the Chief Financial Officer. Roxanne has worked in various departments within the company including Assistant to the Vice President of Finance, Corporate Planning, Corporate Accounting and Bank Reconciliations.
Outside of work she enjoys scrapbooking, stamping, quilting and camping.
Laura Gonzalez began working at the Village Clerk's Office in September of 2012. In February of 2014 she was appointed as Deputy Clerk/Treasurer.
She moved to Albany, NY in July 2000 from Argentina. She graduated in 2003 from Mildred Elley College located in Latham, NY obtaining a Business Management degree. After graduating, she and her husband moved to the Phoenix area.
Outside of work she enjoys being a mom, spending time with her family, making jewelry, collecting coins and reading.
- Alan Crutchley
- Douglas Deeb
- Ron Johst Chair
- Jeffrey Koegel
- Carl Richardson
Zoning Board of Appeals
- Scott Doody
- Brian Doolittle
- Debra Renfrew
- Sandra Tupper