Wayne Horning(315) 687 3936
I moved to Chittenango with my wife, Diane, in 1982. I have two children, Amanda and Wendy, who both graduated from Chittenango Highschool.
I started my Community Services as a board member for the Chittenango Childcare Center. When my children entered school, I joined the PTA, the Building Planning Team and was Chairman of the Compact for Learning and participated in both the Sports & Music Boosters Club. Over the years I was a board member as well as the President of the Sullivan community Council as well as a SARDA board member.
I began my involvement in Village affairs in 2004 when I was appointed to the Village Zoning Board and then elected to that position which I held through 2008. I was then elected to the position of Trustee in 2008, which I presently hold. I was previously DPW commissioner and now hold the position of Police Commissioner. Currently I am also the President of Chittenango Local Development Corporation.
Sewer Commissioner & Parks Co-Commissioner
My husband Bill and I moved to the Village of Chittenango in 1990. Our two children, Brian and Caitlin, attended Chittenango Schools and participated in SCC sports programs. During this time Bill and I were active volunteers in our community. Bill coached a number of SCC teams. I taught religion at St. Patrick’s, later becoming Confirmation Coordinator, I was on Parish Council and served a term as President of Parish Council. I was a girl scout leader. A member of the schools PTA. As the years went by I continued to teach my children the value of participation in community by continuing to volunteer whenever I could on various committees and programs. I spearheaded the creation of our ‘Tuesdays in the Park’ Farmers Market and Summer Music Program. I continue to organize our yearly Betterment Day. In April of 2016 Mayor Ronny Goeler appointed me to fulfill the two years remaining of a vacated Village Trustee position. I then ran and won a four year term in 2018. This Village allowed me to raise two wonderful and successful children. Bill and I found a quality of life in Chittenango that we are very appreciative and proud of. It is my goal to continue to work in the Village to prepare it for the future so that our Village will continue to be a place where people will want to settle and raise their children.