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Tompkins County Legislators

Governor Daniel D. Tompkins Building
121 East Court Street, Ithaca, New York 14850

Contact Information for all Legislators

Committee Information (Responsibilities)

For election district information contact the Tompkins County Board of Elections by phone (607-274-5522) or by e-mail (updated 03/30/2020)
 

District No. 1
(City of Ithaca)

Chair
Leslyn McBean-Clairborne
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Committees:

  • Workforce Diversity and Inclusion 

District No. 2
(City of Ithaca)

Legislator
Anna Kelles
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Committees:
  • Housing and Economic Development (Chair)
  • Planning, Energy, and Environmental Quality 
  • Public Safety

Special Committee(s):

  • Tompkins Intergovernmental Relations Committee

District No. 3
(City of Ithaca)

Legislator
Henry Granison
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Committees:

  • Government Operations (Vice Chair)
  • Workforce Diversity and Inclusion (Vice Chair)
  • Housing and Economic Development
  • Public Safety
    

District No. 4
(City of Ithaca)

Legislator
Rich John
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Committees: 

  • Public Safety (Chair)
  • Government Operations

Special Committee(s):

  • Downtown Facilities (Vice Chair)

District No. 5
(Town of Ulysses & portions of   the Towns of Enfield & Ithaca)  

Legislator
Anne Koreman
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Committees:

  • Workforce Diversity and Inclusion (Chair) 
  • Facilities and Infrastructure (Vice Chair) 
  • Housing and Economic Development  

Special Committee(s):

  • Downtown Facilities
 

District No. 6
(Portion of the Town of Lansing)

Legislator 
Mike Sigler
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Committees:

  • Housing and Economic Development (Vice Chair) 
  • Government Operations
  • Public Safety 

Special Committee(s):

  • Tompkins Intergovernmental Relations Committee

District No. 7
(Towns of Caroline & Danby & a portion of the Town of Ithaca)

Legislator
Daniel Klein
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Committees:
  • Planning, Energy, and Environmental Quality (Vice Chair)
  • Facilities and Infrastructure 
  • Government Operations
  • Health and Human Services 

District No. 8
(Town of Newfield & a portion of the Town of Enfield )

Legislator
David McKenna
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Committees:
  • Budget, Capital, and Personnel (Vice Chair)
  • Facilities and Infrastructure
  • Planning, Energy, and Environmental Quality

Special Committee(s):

  • Downtown Facilities (Chair)
  • Complete Census Count

District No. 9
(Town of Groton & portions of the Towns of Dryden & Lansing)

Legislator
Glenn Morey
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Committees:

  • Public Safety (Vice Chair)
  • Facilities and Infrastructure
  • Health and Human Services 

Special Committee(s):

  • Complete Census Count
  

District No. 10
(Villages of Lansing & Cayuga Heights)

Legislator
Deborah Dawson
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Committees:

  • Planning, Energy, and Environmental Quality (Chair)
  • Health and Human Services (Vice Chair) 
  • Budget, Capital, and Personnel

Special Committee(s):

  • Tompkins Intergovernmental Relations Committee

 

District No. 11
(Town of Ithaca)

Vice Chair
Shawna Black
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Committees:

  • Health and Human Services (Chair)
  • Budget, Capital, and Personnel

Special Committee(s):

  • Complete Census Count
  • Tompkins Intergovernmental Relations Committee
 

District No. 12
(Town of Ithaca)

Legislator
Amanda Champion
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Committees:

  • Government Operations (Chair)
  • Health and Human Services
  • Planning, Energy, and Environmental Quality

Special Committee(s):

  • Complete Census Count (Vice Chair)

District No. 13
(Town of Dryden, western portion)

Legislator
Martha Robertson
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Committees:

  • Budget, Capital, and Personnel (Chair)
  • Housing and Economic Development 

Special Committee(s):

  • Downtown Facilities
  • Tompkins Intergovernmental Relations Committee (Chair)

District No. 14
(Town of Dryden, eastern portion)

Legislator
Michael Lane
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Committees:

  • Facilities and Infrastructure (Chair)
  • Budget, Capital, and Personnel 

Special Committee(s):

  • Complete Census Count (Chair)
  • Downtown Facilities

 

 

Legislators are elected and serve for four years. Current terms run from 2018 through 2021