Ronald C. Taylor
Nathan Toutant - Clerk to the Supervisor
As the Chief Executive and Fiscal Officer of the Town, the Supervisor is tasked with overseeing the daily operations of the local government. This includes managing all town departments and ensuring they are running smoothly and efficiently. The Supervisor is also responsible for coordinating and directing all town business, making sure that all policies and procedures are followed.
Working closely with the Town Board, the Supervisor plays a key role in developing and implementing policies and initiatives that promote the growth and prosperity of the community. The Supervisor is responsible for developing and managing the town budget, ensuring that all expenditures are within budgetary constraints and that funds are allocated appropriately.
Overall, the Town Supervisor is a critical position in local government, responsible for ensuring that the town runs smoothly and efficiently while also promoting growth and prosperity for the community.
The Town of LeRay must approve its budget by November 20th of each year, as its fiscal year runs January 1 - December 31. Typically, the Town Board will hold a Public Hearing for the budget on the first Thursday after Election Day. Once the budget is approved, it is filed with the State Comptroller's Office and is thereby declared the Adopted Town Budget for the upcoming year. Once the Town budget is adopted, Town tax rates are finalized.
Each year, the Town of LeRay engages the services of an independent auditor to review its financial position as well as to comment on other areas, such as internal controls and information technology. Currently, the Town uses the accounting firm of Crowley & Halloran, P.C.. The Town Board also engages the firm to audit the Town Court.
Lastly, Standard & Poor's upgraded the Town of LeRay's credit rating to A/Stable in 2017. Here is the press release.