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Village Hall

Horseheads Village Hall
202 South Main Street
Horseheads, New York 14845
(607) 739–5691

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Brad Lytle - Village Manager: blytle@horseheads.org\\

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Brad Lytle
202 S. Main Street
Horseheads, NY 14845
607–739–5666

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The Village Manager is the chief administrative and executive officer of all departments of the Village. The Village Manager’s Office is responsible to the Board of Trustees for the proper administration of all affairs of the Village.

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The Village Manager is the chief administrative and executive officer of all departments of the Village. The Village Manager’s Office is responsible to the Board of Trustees for the proper administration of all affairs of the Village. When there is a vacancy in this office, the duties of the Manager fall to the Mayor.

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Brad accepted the appointment of Part Time Village Manager on September 12, 2016. Prior to this appointment, he served as Trustee and Deputy Mayor for the Village Board since December 2014.

Brad grew up in Horseheads and is a Horseheads High alumnus, graduated from the College of Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse University and later studied Business at Elmira College. Brad was working in Los Angeles when he met his wife Debi, who happened to be from Elmira. In less than a year after that meeting, Brad and Debi were married and living back in NY. Three years ago Brad retired after 33 years with Staples as a Strategic Account Manager for National Accounts and made a commitment to begin attending the Village Board meetings.

There is tremendous pressure at the State level to eliminate municipalities, like the Village of Horseheads — We have to fight for our Village!

Brad believes in Fiscal Responsibility and Limited Government, fully accountable to the People. Brad and Debi have two daughters who, with their husbands and 9 grandchildren, also live in the Village, within two blocks of their home, and Brad’s mother lives next door; their son lives in Baltimore and visits often. Brad and Debi want only the best for their family and the Village of Horseheads. Having grown up in Horseheads, Brad cherishes many wonderful memories and looks forward to a promising future for the Village of Horseheads.

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2227 Grand Central Avenue

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202 S. Main Street

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