Cherry Valley Village Info

The Cherry Valley Village Board

The Village Board is responsible for operating the village public works department, the care of the Cherry Valley Cemetery, enacting and enforcing village ordinances and setting village tax rates.

The Mayor is elected chief executive officer and has the authority to preside at the meetings of the board of trustees. The Mayor has the power to appoint all department heads and non-elected officers and employees, while the approval of the board of trustees is required. The grant of authority given to the mayor pursuant to the Village Law is to issue all licenses and perform marriages.

Village of Cherry Valley

Village Office location
P.O. 392, 2 Genesee St.
Cherry Valley, NY 13320
(607) 264-3791

Village Mayor:
Louis A. Guido, Jr.

Village Board Members:
Edward A. Harvey
Conway Bishop

Village Board meets 3rd Monday
monthly at 7:00 p.m. at the
Village Office.

Village Clerk:
Amy S. Herr
P.O. Box 392
Cherry Valley, NY 13320
(607) 264-3791 (office)

Hours: Monday - Thursday 9 AM - 3 PM, Friday 9 AM - 1 PM

Village Highway Superintendent: None at this time.
Interim DPW Superintendant
David R. Hajczewski

Village Attorney:
Dennis Laughlin, Esq.

Town Assessor:
Kassandra Cade-Layman

Health Officer:
Dr. Brenda Davies-Wait

County Board of
Representatives, District #7:
David Bliss

NYS Fire/Building Code
Enforcement Officer:
Otsego County Codes Office
Cooperstown, NY
Local Regulations:
Mobile Homes
Set back limits

National Flood Insurance
Program: Participant

The Planning Board is appointed (non-salaried) and
consists of seven members serving a term of seven years.

Acting Planning Board Chairman
Dennis Laughlin

Planning Board Members:
                                                             Planning Board meets 4th
                                                        Monday of the month at 6:30pm.

                                                                   General Information:
                                                            Population (2000 Census): 592
                                                            Land Area: .46 sq mi
                                                            Population Density:
                                                            1286.96 people
per square mile

Updated: July 2016