The Board of Trustees is comprised of the Mayor and four Trustees. They are the elected representatives of the Village of Pleasantville. Each serve a three year term, and may seek re-election upon expiration of their terms. There are no term limits in Pleasantville, nor are there any national political party affiliations. In fact, the Village conducts elections on its own Village Election Day, which is held on the third Tuesday in March.
The Village Board is responsible for the management and organization of the Village, the health, safety and welfare of the Pleasantville community, the protection of the Village's natural resources, and are stewards of all public assets. The Mayor presides over all meetings of the Board of Trustees, and establishes formal business agendas.
Regular meetings are scheduled weekly January through April, and bi-weekly from May through December to discuss Village operations, rules and regulations. The Board is a legislative body and as such is empowered to enact local laws, adopt annual budgets, and hold public hearings.
Village Board meetings are usually held on Monday evenings at 7:00PM. The public may obtain meeting agendas by subscribing to them at this website, or by contacting the Village Clerk at 769-1975.
Regular meetings are televised live on cable channels on both Cablevision and Verizon. For the convenience of our viewers, the Village Board provides a dedicated telephone line for live call-ins during its meetings. The number is 769-1677.