Councilmember Steve Churchill
Steve Churchill and was elected to his first term on the Town Board in November 2019.
He and his wife Valerie raised their four children in Seneca Falls and he is the founder of Stoneboat Computing and on the Board of Directors of the Seneca County Cornell Cooperative Extension. Previously, Steve has represented Seneca Falls at the Seneca County Board of Supervisors for four terms.
Steve currently serves as the Town Board liaison to the Seneca Falls Heritage & Tourism Center and the Waste Management Advisory Committee.
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Councilmember Dawn Dyson
Dawn Dyson was elected to her first term to the Town Board in November of 2019. She currently resides in Seneca Falls where she and her husband raised their family. Dawn’s career has spanned more than 30 years in the medical field and is currently employed at Northeast College of Health and Science located in Seneca Falls.
Her community pride is served volunteering for the Seneca Falls Little League, assisting with various programming efforts sponsored by the Seneca Falls Community Center, and she previously taught religion education at the former St. Patrick’s Catholic School.
Dawn is currently a member of the committees for Assessment, Personnel, Recreation and the Town Court.
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Deputy Town Supervisor Kaitlyn Laskoski
Kaitlyn and her husband Luke have four children, two of which are adults and reside locally.
Kaitlyn holds a Master’s degree from St. John Fisher College, and Licensed through New York to practice Mental Health Counseling. She has worked at Seneca County Sheriff’s Department since 2012, where she also serves as a certified instructor through Division of Criminal Justice Services in Suicide Prevention, Crisis Intervention, and Fundamental Crisis Intervention Skills for Law Enforcement Professionals.
Since 2017, Kaitlyn has served as Chairwoman to the Seneca County Criminal Justice Advisory Board in addition to serving on the county’s community services board for Office of Person’s with Developmental Disabilities. In addition to these positions, she has also served on the Board of Safe Harbors of The Finger Lakes since 2014, whereas became chair in 2017 and most recently ended her term since becoming elected to serve as Councilwoman for the Town of Seneca Falls.
Kaitlyn strongly believes in giving back to the community. Since moving to Seneca County in 2012, she has contributed to a number of fundraising events such as Safe Harbors Gala Events to help establish a Domestic Violence Shelter for Victims in Seneca County. Other events include Seneca County Corrections Division Annual Christmas Gift Drive, as well assisting in raising funds for other annual events such as Shoot Out for Soldiers and Snow Bowl. In addition to these annual events, Kaitlyn participates in numerous other community fund raiser support project events to help her local community.
Kaitlyn currently serves as a Town Board liaison to the Seneca Falls Development Corporation, and as a Public Safety and Town Court committee member.
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Frank Sinicropi was elected to his first term on the Town Board in November 2021.
After graduating from SUNY Oswego with a major in Economics and a minor in Business Administration, Frank returned to Seneca Falls to begin his career serving Seneca County and raised two grown children and one grandson.
Frank has worked in public service for more than 40 years in Seneca County with 38 years of personnel, Civil Service and negotiation experience. He served 4 years as the Seneca County Treasurer before being elected to the Town Board.
Frank has been a member of the Red Jacket/Seneca Falls Fire Department for 46 years and currently serves as the secretary, and is a member of the SMS. Frank has previously served on the Town Zoning Board and Town Board of Assessment Review.
Frank currently serves as on the committees for Assessment, Highway, Recreation, Personnel, Sewer & Water and Waste Management.
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