Town of Perinton, NY
Monroe County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Perinton 5-8-2013 by L.L. No. 2-2013.[1] Amendments noted where applicable.]
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Editor's Note: This local law was originally adopted as Ch. 60 but was renumbered in order to maintain the alphabetical organization of the Code.

§ 54-1 Appointed officers.

The following appointed Town officers must be electors of the Town at the time of his or her appointment, or as soon thereafter as may be practical, and must remain electors of the Town throughout his or her term of office:
A. 
Deputy Town Clerk.
B. 
Assessor.
C. 
Director of Finance.
D. 
Town Attorney.
E. 
Animal Control Officer.
F. 
Director of Parks and Recreation.
G. 
Commissioner of Public Works.
H. 
Highway Superintendent.
I. 
Budget Officer.
J. 
Receiver of Taxes.
K. 
Planning Board members.
L. 
Zoning Board members.
M. 
Members of Board of Assessment Review.
N. 
Historic Architecture Review members.
O. 
Environmental Conservation Board members.

§ 54-2 Other appointed officers.

All other appointed Town officers need not be electors of the Town at the time of appointment nor throughout his or her term of office, but they shall be required to maintain their primary residence within Monroe County or a contiguous county.

§ 54-3 Effective dates.

Any newly hired officer to whom § 54-2 applies shall have 120 calendar days from the date of hire to relocate his/her primary residence in accordance with the requirements of this chapter. This chapter shall take effect immediately upon filing with the Secretary of State as prescribed by law.

§ 54-4 Home Rule.

The provision in § 54-2 permitting some appointed Town officers to serve whether or not such person is a resident of the Town of Perinton and/or an elector of the Town of Perinton shall supersede the requirements of local residency set forth in § 3, Subdivision 1, of the Public Officers Law of the State of New York and shall also supersede the requirement of being a local elector set forth in § 23, Subdivision 1, of the Town Law of the State of New York.

§ 54-5 Failure to comply.

The failure of an officer to comply with the residency requirements of this chapter shall result in disqualification from office and employment and shall result in a vacancy in the office and position so affected.