Town of Wilson

The fish owned by the town of Wilson will be displayed at the Town Hall, located at 375 Lake Street in Wilson, New York. The fish has a patriotic theme and was designed and painted by twelfth graders Renee Farley and Stephanie Purgarich.

A little history...
The first Town Supervisor was Reuben Wilson, elected in 1819. The current Town Hall sits on the original site of the Wilson Collegiate Institute, which was established on January 25, 1845. Early settlers Luther Wilson and Simon Sheldon donated the land used for the cobblestone school. Later, in 1869, the site became home to the Wilson Union Free School, which employed five teachers.

Today, the officials serving the town include: Joseph Jastrzemski (town supervisor); trustees Brad Clark, James Muscoreil, Tom Thompson and John Munnikhuysen; town clerk Wanda Burrows and 1st Deputy Town Clerk Diane Muscoreil.

Hours for the Town Hall are Monday – Friday from 9-12 and 1-4. The town's website includes a map of Wilson, along with a calendar of events, a photo gallery and more.

For more information about the town of Wilson, please visit
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