ARTICLE IVillage Administrator (§ 14-1 — § 14-3)
§ 14-1Position established.
§ 14-2Powers and duties.
§ 14-3Construal of provisions.
In order to provide the most economical and efficient overall direction, coordination and control of the day-to-day activities and operations of the Village of Woodridge, New York, to minimize the administrative details now handled by the Board of Trustees, to provide centralized direction and control of village employees and to formalize the staff and advisory functions necessary to the foregoing, the office of Village Administrator is hereby established for said village to be filled at the pleasure of such Board.
Subject to the approval, direction and control of the Board of Trustees or the Mayor, as the case may be, the Village Administrator shall:
Exercise supervision over the conduct of all functions and activities of the village and of its officers and employees, except the Police Justice, Village Clerk, Village Treasurer, Village Attorney, Building Inspector and Plumbing Inspector.
From time to time make reports to the Board of Trustees upon the affairs of the village and recommend to such Board such measures as he may think necessary or appropriate.
Keep the Board of Trustees fully advised of the financial condition of the village and its future financial needs.
Conduct a continuing study of all functions and activities of the village for the purpose of devising ways and means of obtaining greater efficiency and economy.
Have authority to make appropriate rules and regulations necessary to the performance of his duties and responsibilities.
Have such other powers and duties, not inconsistent with law, which from time to time may be provided by resolution of the Board of Trustees.
Nothing herein contained shall be deemed or construed as abolishing, transferring or curtailing any powers or duties of the Board of Trustees or of the Mayor, Treasurer or Clerk as prescribed by the Village Law or other applicable laws of the state.