Staff Directory

Ambulance
Billing Manager
518-622-3120
Ext. 116
Ambulance Administrator
518-622-3120
Ext. 131
Animal Control
Brian Feml
Animal Control
518-947-1198
 
Assessor
Sole Assessor
518-622-3120
Ext. 105
Evelyn Gabrielsen
Assessors Clerk
518-622-3120
Ext. 106 or 121
Building & Code Enforcement Office
Code Enforcement Officer
518-622-3120
Ext. 107
Richard Hilgendorff
Building Inspector
518-622-3120
Ext. 109
Donna Chewins
Clerk
518-622-3120
Ext. 108
Zoning Clerk
(518) 622-3120
Ext. 121
Zoning Officer
(518) 622-3120
Ext. 121
Fire Departments
Ray Feml
Chief - Cairo
518-622-3112
 
Ed Maassman
Chief - Round Top
518-622-9509
 
Ed Pasacacqua
President - Round Top
518-622-9509
 
Library
Director
518-622-9864
 
Parks & Recreation
Director of Parks, Buildings, & Grounds
518-622-2251
 
Clerk to the Supervisor
518-622-3120
Ext. 114
Director of Summer Recreation
 
 
Police Department
Sergeant & Officer-in-Charge
518-622-2324
 
Supervisor
Town Supervisor
518-622-3120
Ext. 113
Clerk to the Supervisor
518-622-3120
Ext. 114
Bookkeeper
518-622-3120
Ext. 115
Tax Collector
Tax Collector
518-622-3120
Ext. 110
Deputy Tax Collector
 
 
Town Clerk
Town Clerk
518-622-3120
Ext. 101
First Deputy Clerk
518-622-3120
Ext. 130
Kathy Rockefeller
Deputy Clerk
518-622-3120
Ext. 102
Town Court
Senior Court Clerk
518-622-3120
Ext. 103
Kathleen A Costanzo
Court Clerk
518-622-3120
Ext. 104
Water & Sewer Department
Water & Sewer Superintendent
518-622-3120
Ext. 111
Joe Myers
Chief Wastewater Operator
518-263-4333
 
Valerie Payton
Water & Sewer Clerk
518-622-3120
Ext. 112
Did you know...

Did you know...

Tourism has been Cairo’s largest industry since the 1800’s. It was one of the first towns in the area to develop ski slopes and trails. Many of the regular visitors have made the conversion to seasonal or permanent residents.

The Cairo Railroad provided freight transportation to the industries in town starting in 1884. Early cargo consisted of locally mined bluestone, and hay and fruit from the local farms. In 1894 the Catskill Shale Brick Company became the railroads primary customer until the plant closed in 1914. The lack of steady freight and the increasing improvements to the local highways resulted in the termination of service at the end of the 1918 tourist season.

(Paraphrased from: http://cairochamberofcommerce.weebly.com/.)