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Paul Sausville
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Government Responsibilities: Supervisor presides at all Town Board meetings, serves as the town's Budget Officer, and supervises day-to-day activities to carry out Town Board policy.



Contact Paul:
P: 899.3434
F: 899.3207
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Term:
2014-2016 










 Paul Sausville is a graduate of the University of Vermont where he received a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering. He has graduate training at SUNY Buffalo, is a New York licensed Professional Engineer and has completed advanced training in management, supervision, human relations, land use planning, chemical accident prevention, risk assessment, septic system design and health and safety of hazardous chemicals.

In 1999 he formed the consulting firm of Sausville & Schriber Engineers to serve clients with environmental problems related to waste discharges and chemical and petroleum storage. Prior to 1999, he was in charge of a number of New York’s environmental programs for the State Department Of Environmental Conservation. His career with DEC spanned 35 years.

For over 35 years, Paul has dedicated his time to Malta - serving as Supervisor, Councilman, Planning Board Chairman and chairman of a number of committees including; the Master Plan Update Committee, Zoning Review Committee and the Hudson Valley Community College Task Force. The Town has implemented over 100 of his committee recommendations, including the open space development law that ensures the preservation of 50 percent of future subdivisions in open space.

As a member of the County Board Of Supervisors, he sits on the Equalization & Assessment Committee, Economic Development Committee and Law & Finance Committee. He is also the Chairman of the Legislative & Research Committee.

 
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 Message from the Supervisor:
Dear Resident:
In the small town of Malta a very big idea is underway. As you know, that big idea is the Luther Forest Technology Campus – a world class nanotechnology campus that promises to link our residents with their aspirations for good local jobs; opportunities for higher education and recreation. The LFTC is a model technology park unlike few in the world.
Fitted in the Campus is the $7 billion semiconductor manufacturing plant of GlobalFoundries, which is scheduled to employ about 2000 workers by the end of the year; a pristine preserve called the 100 Acre Woods; a new ball field complex and 7 miles of bikeways and trails. It provides a complete work experience for the 21st Century employees who want to work for the businesses locating to the Campus. Rounding out the opportunities for businesses and their employees is the NYSERDA STEP Park and the Tech-Smart Center of Hudson Valley Community College, both located right in the campus complex.
Even more is planned for the future within the Campus and in the community at large; more high-tech businesses creating quality jobs for our children and grandchildren; businesses that contribute financially to our schools and community and more quality of life amenities such as the developing Round Lake Preserve and proposed boat launch on Round Lake. Expect to see a continuation of the transformation of Malta from a bedroom community to a real town with a “sense of place;” a sense of community and a real sense of home.
In the next few pages of this newsletter you will get a glimpse of just some of the activities underway.
Please feel free to call our town offices when you need assistance, and call me and your town board members with your ideas for making Malta an even better place to raise a family and call home.
Regards,
Paul J. Sausville, Malta Supervisor