Board Meetings Are Open To The Public
Pre-Board meetings are normally scheduled for 6:00 P.M. on the Wednesdays before each monthly Town Board meeting; as specified at the January organizational meeting.
|January 15||February 12||March 11|
|April 8||May 13||June 10|
|July 8||August 12||September 9|
|October 14||November 11*||December 9|
*The date of the November Pre-Board Meeting will be updated in the fall as the current date falls on Veteran's Day and will need to be rescheduled.
Monthly Town Board Meetings are normally scheduled for every third Wednesday of each month and start at 7 P.M.
|January 22||February 19||March 18|
|April 15||May 20||June 17|
|July 15||August 19||September 16|
|October 21||November 18||December 16|
Town Board Meetings are held in the Court Room of East Greenbush Town Hall, 225 Columbia Turnpike, East Greenbush, NY, 12061. Minutes from past Town Board meetings are now available for download.
- View Town Board meeting agendas. Meeting agendas are TENTATIVE and subject to change, even in rare cases, up until time of each actual meeting.
- View Town Board resolutions and other documents.
Your Current East Greenbush Town Board Members
Jack Conway, Supervisor
Jack Conway was elected Town Supervisor for a four-year term beginning in January 2016. Jack and his wife Jo Ann have lived in Hampton Manor since 1988 where they raised their sons Brian and Kieran. They are the proud grandparents of Brian and his wife Carissa's daughters Kayla and Julia Conway and of Kieran and his wife Ashley's son Jack. Jack and Jo Ann recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary.
Jack has a Ph.D. in Anthropology from Brown University and has conducted scholarly research on politics and political conflict in New York City, Cork and Kilkenny City, Ireland and Belfast, Northern Ireland. He was an assistant professor of Anthropology at Skidmore College, the University of Albany and Connecticut College. His areas of teaching expertise include politics and government, comparative religion, symbolic analysis, social theory and Native American Studies.
Jack worked for fifteen years in State and local government, including twelve years in New York State's Office of Community Development in the Division of Housing and Community Renewal. He is a retired member of the Public Employees Federation (PEF).
In 2010, Jack was appointed to the Town Board of Ethics and in 2011 was elected Chair of that board.
Term: expires 12/31/2023 (four year term)
Tina Tierney, Town Board Member
Tina Tierney was elected to the East Greenbush Town Board for a four-year term that commenced January 1, 2016.
Tina earned a BA in Psychology from Siena College. Previous employment includes community-based mental health and foster care programs. Currently Tina is employed in the field of program evaluation. Her experience at a state and national level includes literature review, evaluation design, survey development, and data analysis for presentation and reporting.
A resident since 1999, Tina and her husband are currently raising their two children in East Greenbush.
Tina has been designated Town Board liaison to: Planning and Zoning, the Department of Public Works, and the East Greenbush School District.
Term: expires 12/31/2023 (four-year term)
Hollie Kennedy, Town Board Member
Hollie Kennedy was elected to the East Greenbush Town Board for a four year term that commenced January 1, 2018.
Hollie earned a Masters in Social Work degree from University at Albany School of Social Welfare. She is currently employed by the NYS Department of Health in the Office of Health Insurance Programs. Previous experience includes working in NYS Department of Health Bureau of Early Intervention Services, OPWDD Capital District Developmental Services, and Rensselaer County Mental Health Unified Services for Children and Adolescents.
A town resident and home owner since 1987, Hollie raised her children in East Greenbush and is the proud parent of two children (Tim and Megan).
Hollie has been designated Town Board liaison to: Town Community and Recreation Services, the Library, and Town Receiver of Taxes
Term: expires 12/31/2021 (four year term)
Rick Matters, Town Board Member
Rick Matters was elected to the East Greenbush town board in 2007, 2009, and 2017, having most recently assumed office on January 1, 2018 for a four-year term. He has accepted designation as municipal liaison to the following: Assessor’s Office, Building Department, and Dog Warden.
Rick is a member of several community and service organizations, among them the Rensselaer Elks, Lodge No. 2073; the National Eagle Scout Association; and the Sons of the American Legion, Squadron No. 1231 in Clinton Heights.
Rick is an honors graduate of Russell Sage College with a Bachelor-of-Science degree in Public Administration, and currently serves as the Real Estate Officer for the New York State Thruway Authority.
A town resident for 34 years and a county resident for over 50 years, he and his wife, Mary Ann, reside on Bonnie Court.
Term: expires 12/31/2021 (four-year term)
Bridget Fritz Town Board Member
Bridget Fritz was elected to a 1 year term to fill a vacant seat that commenced on January 1, 2019.
Bridget earned a BA in Computer Information Systems from SUNY Utica (Now SUNY Polytechnic). Previous employment has been in the private sector, in the Freight Forwarding industry which includes working with Import and Export government regulations, clients and their customers. She also volunteered at both Holy Spirit Church and the Church of St. Mary in Clinton Heights.
An East Greenbush resident since 2002, Bridget and her husband are currently raising their son here.
Bridget has been designated Town Board liaison to: Board of Ethics, Comptroller, and Town Clerk.
Term Expires 12/31/2023 (Four year term)