The history and current events at High Acres are the result of a complicated narrative, and years of politics. It can be hard to keep track of who's who. So, we've assembled a list of the key participants and public figures. Highlighted members are included on all email complaints made through the FAFE app.
- New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC)
- Waste Management (WM)
- Town of Perinton
- Town of Macedon
NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC)
The NYSDEC is responsible for approving and overseeing all WM work done at the High Acres Landfill facility. The NYSDEC has on-site presence at High Acres during business hours, and is in charge of monitoring all WM permits and enforcing all NYS regulations at the site. Visit https://www.dec.ny.gov/ to learn more about the NYSDEC, or click here to learn more about how the NYSDEC is specifcally addressing issues at High Acres.
Town of Perinton
The Town of Perinton is advised on how to handle its relationship with WM by the Perinton Conservation Board (PCB). The 9-member volunteer board appeals on all matters pertaining to environmental issues within the Town, including the High Acres Landfill.
Additional Town of Perinton Officials:
Councilman LaFay - firstname.lastname@example.org
Councilwoman Peg Havens
Councilman Stephen Van Vreede
Councilwoman Seana Sartori
Councilman David Belaskas
Town Clerk - Jennifer West
Town Engineer - Robert Kozarits
Other Key Town of Perinton Relationships:
Additional PCB Members:
PCB Liason: Lori Stid - email@example.com
Town of Macedon
Dumping began on the Town of Macedon side of the county line in 2017. The Town of Macedon sponsored the NYC Rail Spur project, and approves the annually-renewed closure of Perinton Parkway. The Macedon approval of the High Acres Eastern expansion will lead to an additional 30+ years of dumping in Wayne County.
Town Board: firstname.lastname@example.org
Town Clerk: Karrie M. Bowers
Town Justice: Ronald J. Reinstein
Town Justice: Thomas L. Crowley