Improving the quality of life for the residents of Henrietta continues to be the platform upon we stand. Working together as we continue to modernize town operations, increase accessibility and appeal of town parks and recreation programs, and remain business friendly while keeping taxes low is imperative.
So Let’s take a moment to recognize the work that Jack Moore has done.
- Has kept our town taxes low
- Added more than 1,700 Jobs to Henrietta
- Is Developing a Farmland Protection Plan
- Is working on creating the Henrietta Town Center, which incorporates:
- The Town Hall
- The Highway Garage
- The Henrietta Public Library (Please see the New Library website for details on the proposed library relocation)
- The Henrietta Recreation Center
- The Henrietta Court Building
- Renovations at the Veterans Memorial Park (595 Calkins Road)
- Created new walking trails at the Breese Park (108 Westcombe Park)
- Renovated the Heating & Cooling (HVAC) in the Henrietta Public Library
- Acquired 51 acres in 2015, and over 108 acres of open green space in 2016.
- Established an Agricultural and Farmland Protection Committee to help manage Henrietta’s long term Lang Use Plan.
There also will be a Supervisor Jack Moore Recognition Event on Thursday, September 28, 2017 at Gro-Moore Farms (2811 East Henrietta Rd). Refreshments will be served.
The Monroe County Republican Committee Convention will be on Wednesday, September 20, 2017, at the Rochester Marriott Hotel.
1890 W Ridge Rd
Rochester, NY 14615
5:00 PM Credential Check
5:30 PM Convention
- Jack Moore For Town Supervisor
- Kristine Demo-Vazquez for Town Board
- John Howland for Town Board
The 2nd Annual HRC Golf Tournament, will be held on Monday, August 7, 2017, at the Wild Wood Country Club. Registration starts at 11:30 am, with Lunch held at 12 pm.
The Golf Tournament will be a Four-Person Scramble Shotgun, and starts at 1 pm.
Dinner will be held approx at 6 pm.
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Registration information is available on the Golf Tournament web page.
Councilman Bill Mulligan has retired from the Henrietta Town Council. He has been a wonderful public servant throughout his many years on Henrietta Town Board. We wish him the best and thank him for his years of service.
The Henrietta Republican Committee is proud to introduce our new Town Leader, Frank DiSano. He has a history of team-building and success. Congratulations, Frank.
Thanks to Alan Schaurer for being an outstanding Town Leader over the past 2 years. You will be missed. Thank you for all your hard work and heart for Henrietta. We wish you good luck with your new position in South Carolina.
The Henrietta Republican Committee has announced its nominations for fall candidates in the November town and county elections.
Supervisor: Jack Moore was chosen to seek a second term as supervisor. In Moore’s first two years, the Town Board has cut taxes by 6.25 percent, created a new dog park, released a new recreation building plan, initiated a rental registry and heightened governmental and streamlined the town’s credit practices.
“In the next term, we hope to continue the services that we’re providing,” Moore said Monday. “And we’re hoping we get our recreation center passed in a public referendum and get it built.”
Councilor: Rick Page also was chosen to seek a second term as councilman. In his four years on the Council, he helped revise the Town Code along with Deputy Supervisor Peter Minotti.
Town Justices: Three justices were nominated, as well. Hon. Steven Donsky, Hon. John Pericak, and Hon. James Beikirch currently conduct everything from arraigning suspects in felony cases to small claims disputes within the town.
County Legislature: Two Monroe County Legislators were nominated. John Howland serves District 13 and has been a legislator for six years. His district encompasses most of Henrietta and parts of Pittsford. Karla Boyce is currently in her first term and serves District 5, which includes parts of Mendon, Pittsford, Rush, and Henrietta.
“The unanimous nominations really illustrate how highly our elected officials are thought of and how well they are doing,” Henrietta Republican committee leader Matthew Borkowski said. “It is wonderful to have such a great team that truly cares about this town and its people.”