The Village Board

The Village Board is our primary legislative body, consisting of the Mayor and four trustees. Trustees are elected in the March general elections and serve a term of four years.

The Village Board selects a Village Administrator, Deputy Clerks, Deputy Treasurer, Code Enforcement Officer, Fire Marshall, Zone Enforcement Officer, Planning and Zoning Board Members as well as the Village's Accountant, Lawyer, and Engineer. These appointments are made during the annual organizational meeting, which is the first meeting in April.

Village citizens can serve on a number of boards that make decisions affecting our community. E-mail the Village Board and tell them about your interests and experience. Board members are appointed by the Mayor with approval of the Trustees.

Anna Marie Barclay

Anna Marie Barclay, Mayor

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Anna Marie Barclay is serving her sixth term on the village board, her second as Mayor. She has served as Chairman of the Tulley Building Committee and Director of Tulley Roof Project, Sage Pavilion project, and Park Improvement projects, and Archive Storage Room project, was a member of the Town/Village Comprehensive Plan Committee, acts as Community Action Day Coordinator, established the Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony for the Village, serves as Chairperson of the Village Tree Board, currently serves as BBCA president, and participates in many community organizations.

Anna Marie and her husband David have resided in the village since 1977; their sons graduated from Byron-Bergen; Derek and his wife own and operate Pivot Acupuncture and Physical Therapy in the village, and Alec is COO of T2 Biosystems.

Now retired from a 33 year teaching career, Anna Marie helps out with the family business and is very active in her position on the board. As a member of the board, she has always worked "to maintain and enhance the quality of life and sense of place in our family-oriented community, to appreciate and protect the village we have inherited, to preserve our natural environment, and to encourage smart growth."


Joseph Chimino, Trustee

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Joe "Biff" Chimino has been a village resident for the past 48 years. He retired in 2018 having completing 28 years of service to the Village of Bergen. Joe started as a Meter Reader and worked his way up to the position of Department of Public Works Supervisor. Joe served as an alternate on the Zoning Board of Appeals for the Village, is a past president of the Municipal Electric Utility Association (MEUA) representing 40 municipal electric systems statewide and is a member of various organizations within the Town and Village.

Joe and his wife Maria have been blessed with four children and seven grandchildren who keep them busy in a good way. In his spare time he enjoys running, which he competes on a National level, Bow Hunting, landscaping and sharing good times with family and friends.

Kevin Donovan

Kevin Donovan, Trustee and Deputy Mayor

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Kevin Donovan has served as a member of the Village Planning Board for seven years and functioned as chairperson for three years. He served as a Village Trustee completing the remaining year of a vacated term. He is currently a member of the Comprehensive Planning Committee, a member of the Village Tree Board and the Village Parks Committee and also represents the Village at the Black Creek Watershed Coalition.

Kevin is employed at Eastman Kodak. He and his wife Cheryl have made their home in Bergen since 1992 and have two children Sarah, a political science and history major at Lycoming College, and Sean, a current student at Byron-Bergen High School.


Paul Robinson, Trustee

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Paul Robinson biography coming soon

Emily VanEenwyk

Emily VanEenwyk, Trustee

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Emily VanEenwyk is a life-long resident of the Village of Bergen. She is enjoying her 4th year of teaching grades K-2 at Cornerstone Christian Academy in Brockport and is looking forward to her 8th summer with the Byron Summer Recreation Program.

Emily graduated from Houghton College in 2010 where she was active on the Campus Activity Planning Board and co-captain on the field hockey team. In 2012 she received her masters from American College of Education. Emily recently bought a home on Leroy Street and is excited to have the opportunity to serve our beautiful community.