Supervisor Michael Chameides
Hudson-3, Columbia County Board of Supervisors
I represent Hudson’s 3rd Ward at the Columbia County Board of Supervisors. Together we will improve programs, services, and resources that ensure a diverse and vibrant community.
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Call for a Higher Standard of Government Service
Planning Board Appointment Leads to a Rare Floor Debate - Even More Rare - A Close Vote
Moving Forward on Affordable Housing
Improve our city and better serve our residents.
Advocate for More Public Parks
Columbia County is considering a private land sale to help extend the Corkscrew Rail Trail. Share your support and help make it happen.
Grants for Business Expansion and New Jobs
Should Columbia County advocate for state funds to support expansion of Hudson Valley Creamery and GTel?
Encourage Solar Power, Reduce Costs
Should Columbia County enter into a long-term agreement with East Light Partners to provide Solar Power to Columbia County as well as residents in the region?
Upgrade Transportation Services
Improve existing services, optimize the riding experience, and increase awareness.
I serve on four Board of Supervisors Committees.
- Economic Development
Planning, Agriculture and Farmland Protection Board, Industrial Development Agency, Capital Resource Corporation, Commerce Park, Soil & Water Conservation District, Cornell Cooperate Extension, and Workforce Development Board
- County Government
County Clerk, Board of Supervisors Clerk, County Attorney, Board of Elections, Human Resources, Weights and Measures, Management Information Systems, Real Property Tax, Historian, Planning, Tourism, Civil Service, Veterans Services, and Fair Housing
- Public Transportation
County buses and shuttles
Columbia Greene Community College
- Improve the lives of all our residents through economic development, increased access to housing, and workforce development
- Use the power and resources of the County government to benefit Hudson and 3rd Ward residents
- Inform the public about County government policy and facilitate public participation