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Message Regarding the State Mask Mandate

To address concerns from our business community, while Saratoga County has publicly stated we don’t have the staffing resources to enforce the State mask mandate, this in no way should be interpreted that the County doesn’t support mask use. Saratoga County has had a Public Health Advisory out since August that recommends indoor mask use for everyone regardless of their vaccination status during times of high community transmission. This is still in effect. Further, businesses throughout Saratoga County are within their rights to have a mask for service policy in place. Saratoga County, however, cannot and will not send staff door to door to enforce this state mandate, nor will we fine our small businesses and not-for-profits as the state would like us to do. Our public health efforts will continue to be focused on ensuring everyone who wants a vaccine or booster is able to receive one, which is our best defense against the severe effects of this virus.

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With its friendly people, thriving tourism, and one of the lowest county tax rates in the state, Saratoga County is an excellent place to live, work and visit. We are proud of our strong commercial growth and a diverse local economy that ranges from Global Foundries, the largest high-tech economic development project in the country, to thriving family farms that are some of the best in Upstate New York. Our cultural venues, excellent schools and colleges along with trails, parks and recreation programs make Saratoga County a great place to call home.

Theodore T. Kusnierz, Jr.
Chairman of the Board of Supervisors

Saratoga County
40 McMaster Street
Ballston Spa, NY 12020

Theodore T. Kusnierz, Jr. currently serves as Chairman of the Saratoga County Board of Supervisors and has represented the Town of Moreau as Supervisor since 2018. He has served in various capacities in State and local government for over 31 years.  Prior to his election as Supervisor, Mr. Kusnierz worked for the NYS Senate as Director of Policy and Operations, Director of the Legislative Commission on Rural Resources, and Chief of Staff and Director of the Senate Standing Committee on Agriculture for Senator Ritchie. During that time, he was also a Councilmember for the Town of Moreau for 16 years.

Mr. Kusnierz presently serves as a member of the Board of Directors on the Saratoga County Water Authority, the Capital District Transportation Committee, the Saratoga Casino Hotel Foundation, the Saratoga County Prosperity Partnership, and the Saratoga County Economic Opportunity Council and has worked to enhance the joint economic development efforts of the Partnership and the Saratoga County Economic Development Corporation as a member of the Unity Committee.  He has also served as a member of the Hudson Hoosic Partnership, the Town of Moreau Local Development Corporation, the Crandall Public Library Strategic 5-year Planning Committee and as a New York Republican State Committee Member.

Mr. Kusnierz is a life-long resident of the Town of Moreau where he attended schools in the South Glens Falls Central School District and graduated from Cornell University. As a small businessman, he and his wife Mary Ellen operate Candy Cane Farm, LLC which is a 255-acre family-run Christmas tree plantation and registered Black Angus Cattle breeding operation where they raised their son Ted and daughter Jacqueline.

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