County-Wide Shared Services
The New York State County Wide Shared Services Initiative was designed to reduce property taxes by enabling collaboration between local governments across the state. In 2017, counties were required to establish a shared services panel consisting of the mayor of each village and the supervisor of each town. The Allegany County panel consists of 40 members comprised of the 29 Town Supervisors, ten Mayors, and the County Administrator. During panel discussions, actions were to be identified that would ultimately create savings through shared, coordinated and more efficient services. Plans that created actual and demonstrable savings were then considered for a one-time match of the net savings.
2022 Meeting Dates and Information
No dates have been set to meet in 2022 yet.